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RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Two men are facing $1.5 million bonds for drug violations in Randolph County, according to the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department.

On May 6, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, along with Homeland Security, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the North Carolina Bureau of Investigation searched a home located at 4514 Dunbar Bridge Road in Asheboro.

Detectives seized 18.5 pounds of marijuana and arrested Adrian Baldwin Zelski and Daniel Stewart Gregg. The total street value of the marijuana seized is approximately $46,250, according to a release.

Zelski, 42, of Old Fort Road in Fairview, and Gregg, 64, of North Pacific Highway in Talent, Ore., are charged with trafficking marijuana and felony conspiracy.

Both are being held in the Randolph County Jail under $1.5 million secured bonds.