Police arrest 6 in Alamance Co. drug busts


Top (L to R): Michael Lavar Bagley, Christopher Allen Woods and Dominique Lamar Jeffries.
Bottom (L to R): Donovan Teon Jeffries, Edward Terrell Bigelow and Ervin Paul Brown.

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BURLINGTON, N.C. — Police have arrested six people in connection with drug violations following the search of a Burlington duplex Friday morning.

According to police, a search warrant was executed at a duplex in the 2200 block of Morningside Drive at approximately 6:30 a.m. Friday.

The search warrants were related to an investigation into alleged drug activity at both residences in the duplex involving two brothers.

A search of one residence yielded approximately 148 grams of marijuana, one gram of cocaine, five dosage units of clonzapam, three dosage units of hydrocodone, a set of digital scales, a military style ballistic vest and $469. A search of the second residence yielded 22.5 grams of marijuana, a set of digital scales, .45 caliber semi-auto handgun and $5,347.

As a result of the search, Michael Lavar Bagley, 27, Christopher Allen Woods, 25, Dominique Lamar Jeffries, 26, Donovan Teon Jeffries, 25, Edward Terrell Bigelow, 27, all of Burlington, and Ervin Paul Brown, 24, of Haw River, were arrested.

All six suspects were charged with various drug violations. Donovan Jeffries was additionally charged with possession of a firearm by a felon.

The suspects are confined in the Alamance County Detention Center.

Two others were charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana but were not arrested.

An investigation is ongoing and mugshots have not been released.

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