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Haywood deputies charge four with trafficking drugs

Haywood County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested four people Thursday night (Oct. 18) charging them with trafficking heroin and cocaine. 

After a high volume of traffic stops Thursday in the area of Dellwood Road in Waynesville, deputies were led to 2777 Dellwood Road, also known as the Olive View apartments/motel. After obtaining search warrants, deputies arrested four men at approximately 7 p.m. and seized more than 60 grams of heroin as well as more than 65 grams of cocaine.

Desjaun Montre Clawson, 27, of Salisbury NC with felony trafficking heroin, cocaine, conspire to sell/deliver heroin $40,000 bond 

Demarcus Jeremale Wiggins, 38, of Woodleaf NC, with felony trafficking heroin, cocaine, conspire to sell/deliver heroin $60,000 bond 

Craig Allen Hambrick, 38, of Franklin, NC with felony trafficking heroin, cocaine, conspire to sell/ deliver heroin $40,000 bond (as of press release time, Hambrick made bond). 

Omar Sire Jackson, 35, of Salisbury NC, felony trafficking heroin, cocaine, conspire to sell/deliver heroin $40,000 bond 

If you have any information regarding suspicious activity happening in Haywood County, you can remain anonymous by calling the CrimeStoppers tip line at 1-877-922-7463 (1-877-92CRIME). You can also submit information through the “Community Concerns Portal” on the homepage of the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office website, www.haywoodncsheriff.com.

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