Drug roundup leads to over a dozen arrests in Surry Co.

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SURRY COUNTY, N.C. — A drug roundup being called “Manic Monday” led to the arrest of over a dozen people in Surry County Monday.

Surry County Sheriff’s deputies began rounding up 34 suspects who are charged with various drug offenses.

As of late Monday morning, 16 out of 34 people have been arrested. There is a total of 173 criminal drug violations.

This roundup is the result of several months of investigation and undercover purchases from each of the 34 suspects.

Narcotics Officers made undercover purchases of Methamphetamine, Cocaine Hydrochloride, Crack Cocaine, LSD and Marijuana.

Officers also made purchases of prescription medications such as Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Morphine, Oxymorphone, Percocet, Vicodin, Klonopin and Alprazolam.

Officers are searching for the remaining suspects.


  • FaithC

    These officers did a good job now the court system needs to do the same and give them more than a slap on the wrist.

  • The Two

    Well doesn’t surprise me. “Slap on the wrist???” Really???

    Surry County is making $$$ – they’re not going to do anything except slap them on the wrist and say, “Hey a**hole, see you next year.”


  • Eric Robertson

    Yes,34 is like trying to contain a sewage spill with a q tip.
    Carports right, plenty of zombies orange from binging
    who get their fixes from Simmons Nissan-Carson Dorsett with the side business there….Majority of the dealers in Surry are relatives of Alan Freeman of the ‘Mt.Airy Police Dept.’..who likely profits most from those who haven’t already died via o.d.,or other drug related fatalities.
    Tina&Eddy&Stacy Combs are 3 of the Freeman slaves.When home nurses are going on Bahamas vacations,you know theres xtra income.Forging their way to the other hell.
    The corruption promoting the epidemic is the main reason so many young die there

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