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Randolph County man charged with trafficking methamphetamine

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Keith Alan Clayton, 26, of Seagrove

RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Randolph County deputies have arrested a man after allegedly finding 94 grams of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia at a Seagrove home on Wednesday.

Keith Alan Clayton, 26, faces various charges including trafficking methamphetamine, manufacture methamphetamine and possessing a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school.

The suspect was jailed under a $400,000 secured bond and has court planned for Friday.


  • Do what?

    This guy gets a $400,000 bond for some meth and the guy who put Tracy Morgan and three others in the hospital and KILLED another gets a $50,000 bond and is free? I do not get the justice system in the USA.

    • concerned citizen

      so you think just because the truck driver only got $50,000 bail this guy doesn’t deserve what his bail is? What he was doing was putting lives in danger also. what the news doesn’t tell you is there are kids that live in that house and I for one think the mother of those kids should be in just as much trouble. Just because she was not home at the time of the raiddoes not mean she should not get in trouble. why did they leave all that out of the story?

      • very concerned

        I agree, she had to know what was going on and then the fact that he wasnt far from the school is taken into consideration. there are over 500 students in that school, not including staff that could have been in danger as well.

  • concerned citizen

    Concerned, you are absolutely correct i just do not see how she could not have smelled the Meg cooking, those poor kids had to breath that in. The mother and Keith were only thinking about themselves. I how the police are going to arrest the mother and/or get those kids away from her.

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