Mocksville man arrested on several drug charges

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YADKINVILLE, N.C. — A Mocksville man has been arrested on several drug charges.

On Tuesday, officers with the Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office, Yadkinville Police Department and North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation conducted an investigation into the sale and distribution of crack cocaine in the Yadkinville area.

The focus of the investigation was a suspect from Davie County who frequents a mobile home park off West Lee Avenue in Yadkinville.

The suspect, Christopher “Spoony” Isaac Alexander, 35, of Mocksville, has prior arrests for drug violations and is currently on supervised probation with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.

Alexander was arrested after a short foot chase and charged with three counts of possession with intent to manufacture,  sell and deliver crack cocaine, one count felony possession of cocaine, two counts of sell and deliver cocaine, and one count of resist, obstruct and delay of an officer.

Officers seized crack cocaine and cash from the scene.

Alexander is currently in the Yadkin County Detention Center under a $50,000 secure bond. His first court date will be June 3.

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