Men accused of growing, selling mushrooms in Davidson County

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Anthony Dalton Stanley (left) and Joshua David Jones (right) [Mugshots provided by: Davidson County Sheriff's Office)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A pair of Winston-Salem men have been arrested on multiple drug charges that include manufacturing and selling hallucinogenic mushrooms.

According to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, Anthony Dalton Stanley, 21, and Joshua David Jones, 22, were arrested Thursday after deputies with the Vice Narcotics Unit served a search warrant at their home at 299 Glenwood Drive.

During the search, deputies say they found 41.6 grams of psilocybin mushrooms, one quart of non-tax-paid alcohol and a single gram of marijuana.

Both suspects are charged with possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a schedule I controlled substance, maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance, possession of a non-tax-paid alcohol and possession of drug paraphernalia. Stanley is also charged with possession of marijuana.

The suspects were each jailed under $50,000 secured bonds with court dates set for Oct. 31 in Lexington.

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