Ahoskie man jailed under #036;775,000 bond
Published 12:00 am Saturday, October 2, 2004
AHOSKIE – An Ahoskie man is being held under a three-quarter million dollar-plus cash bond stemming from a drug raid here Thursday evening.
Gary Lee Wood, 26 of 111 Lincoln Road, is incarcerated in the Hertford County Jail under a $775,000 bond after several local law enforcement agencies converged on his residence shortly past 7 p.m.
He was charged with trafficking in cocaine, possession with intent to manufacture, sale and deliver cocaine and maintaining a dwelling to store a controlled substance.
Sgt. Will Liverman and Deputy Brian Pearce of the (Hertford County) Sheriff’s Office Drug Unit executed the search warrant on Wood at his residence. They were assisted by other Hertford County deputies, the Winton and Murfreesboro police departments and the Gates County Sheriff’s Office.
Hertford County Sheriff Juan Vaughan said that Wood has a previous arrest record and has served time on prior drug charges.
&uot;I commend the efforts of the officers for taking these drugs off the street and to hold the person charged with allegedly spreading this poison accountable for his actions,&uot; stated Sheriff Vaughan. &uot;This is a statement to our citizens that we are doing everything we can to slow down the sale of drugs in our county.&uot;