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Three held under $1 million bonds after Brunswick Co. drug bust

Hills (left) Norman (middle) Colvin (right) (Source: BCSO) Hills (left) Norman (middle) Colvin (right) (Source: BCSO)
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WECT) -

Three people were booked under $1 million bonds after a joint drug bust by the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office and Sunset Beach Police Department, according to District Attorney Jon David.

Jerry Hakeem Colvin, Cherelle Hills, and Kenneth Bernard Norman were arrested on March 10 and charged with trafficking heroin, conspiracy to traffic cocaine, and possession with the intent to manufacture, sell, and deliver heroin.

During a joint press conference earlier this month, Jon David and fellow District Attorney Ben David announced they would seek bonds of $1 million for those charged with trafficking heroin.

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