Thomasville man charged with trying to smuggle meth to Davidson County inmate in greeting card

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Eric Hull, Dustin Moore

DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — A Thomasville man is accused of trying to smuggle methamphetamine to an inmate at the Davidson County Jail in a greeting card, according to a press release.

On Monday, detectives with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office Vice/Narcotics Unit charged Dustin Moore and Eric Hull with drug-related charges after Hull allegedly mailed Moore, who is a current inmate, a greeting card containing meth.

Moore was charged with attempting to possess a controlled substance in jail and Hull was charged with delivering methamphetamine.

Moore is currently behind bars on drug-related charges and received an additional $100,000 secured bond. Hull received a $25,000 secured bond.

Both have a Jan. 25 court date.

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