North Carolina Man Arrested For Allegedly Trying To Sell Drugs Outside A Local Rehab Center
Written by 1.02010 on June 29, 2021
The sheriff at the Robeson County Sheriff’s office in North Carolina is calling a local man “the devil himself” after he was arrested for allegedly trying to sell drugs outside of a local rehab facility on Tuesday. 37-year-old David Graham was arrested after local residents called in complaints of a suspicious person “hanging out” outside of a rehab center. The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Drug Diversion Division and Community Impact team found multiple drugs including cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia on Graham’s person after responding to the calls.
“This is an absolute despicable act to take advantage of the addicted at a location in which they sought to help in fighting the devil,” Sheriff Burnis Wilkins said. “Then the devil himself shows up at the doorsteps of a rehabilitation center with no regard for the human being while only being concerned with profits.”
Graham was arrested and is facing several charges including possession with intent to sell and/or deliver cocaine and maintaining a vehicle for a controlled substance. He is being held at the Robeson County Detention Center under and his bond has been set at $250,000.