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Mark Allen Campbell, Joanna Lee Boyce and Matthew Campbell (Thomasville PD)

Mark Allen Campbell, Joanna Lee Boyce and Matthew Campbell (Thomasville PD)

THOMASVILLE, N.C. (WGHP)— Three people were arrested after marijuana, prescription medicine and money were found during a police search at a Thomasville home Thursday morning.

Mark Allen Campbell, 45, of Thomasville, Joanna Lee Boyce, 31, of Thomasville, and Matthew Campbell, 20, of Trinity, face charges. Campbell and Boyce both live at the residence.

The Thomasville Police Department and North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement Division conducted the search at 102 Rotary Lane.

Authorities said they received several complaints of drugs being sold at the home. Police did not say how much was seized, but said it was “a large amount.”

Mark Campbell was charged with assault on a law enforcement officer, maintaining a dwelling which was used to store controlled substances, possession of marijuana, and resist, obstruct and delay of a law enforcement officer.

Boyce was charged with maintaining a dwelling which was used to store controlled substances, possession of marijuana, and possession of schedule four controlled substances.

Matthew Campbell was charged with felony possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana with intent to sell and deliver marijuana.

All three were placed in Davidson County Jail under secured bonds with pending court dates. Further details were not provided.