Jailed Lexington man faces charges after allegedly receiving drugs through mail
DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — An incarcerated Lexington man is facing additional charges after deputies say the prisoner tried to received drugs in the mail.
Deputies at the Davidson County Jail say they intercepted the mail and found a Suboxone strip in an envelope addressed to Christopher Matthews.
Matthews, 25, of 398 Trantham Drive, is charged with attempted possession of a controlled substance on jail/prison grounds.
Alesha Roxanne Johnson, 29, also of 398 Trantham Drive, faces charges for aiding and abetting possession of a controlled substance on jail/prison grounds, according to a press release.
Matthews was given an additional $2,500 bond. He is scheduled to appear in court on June 24.