Burlington man faces drug trafficking charges

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Julius Adair Wiley

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — A Burlington man is facing drug trafficking charges after police raided his home on Tuesday.

The Special Operations Unit of the Burlington Police Department was following up on drug complaints concerning the drug trafficking activities of Julius Adair Wiley.

Officers searched his home at 913 King St., Burlington. Approximately one kilogram of cocaine was seized along with drug paraphernalia, U.S. currency, marijuana and a shotgun.

Wiley was charged with trafficking cocaine, possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, maintaining a dwelling, simple possession of marijuana (less than 1.5 ounces) and drug paraphernalia.

His bond was set at $50,000.

5 comments

    • dewey

      I’d rather they center their “limited” resources on actual crime….you know, robbery, murder, how’s about actually puttin some of these baby-raping POS behind bars….everything they arrested him for is going to be legal in the next 5 to 7 years anyway

  • ROGUE BPD

    IT ALL GETS RECYCLED ANYWAY THAT SAME BRICK THEY TOOK WILL STILL MAKE IT BACK TO THE HOOD BECAUSE THATS THE CYCLE LOCK THE BLACK MEN UP AND TAKE PICTURES LIKE YOU ARE SOME SUPER COPS, THEN SPLIT IT UP AND SELL IT RIGHT BACK TO THE STREETS TO BUST THE NEXT BLACK FALL GUY. REMEMBER THIS IS ALAMACE COUNTY TERRY J AND SHERIFF HAYGEE I THINK THAT HOW YOU SPELL IT BUT ANYWAY THEY WERE BEST FRIENDS WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU.

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