Halifax County Sheriff’s Office narcotics agents Thursday seized trafficking amounts of heroin along with crack and powdered cocaine from a residence in Enfield.
Charged by Agent C.A. Parker in a case initiated by Agent D.R. Radford was Jeffery Clark Jr. of Enfield.
Clark, 30, according to state Department of Public Safety records, had most recently received 36 months of supervised release following his conviction in April of 2017 for possession of a firearm by a felon and possession with intent to sell a controlled substance.
He has a record with DPS dating back to 2005.
Captain A.M. Harris said in a statement today agents had received complaints of possible drug activity on Commodore Street in Enfield for several weeks.
The complaint indicated several cars coming to the residence and staying a short time before leaving throughout the day and night.
Radford opened the initial case and began to follow up on the complaint.
Agents conducted surveillance of the residence and conducted traffic stops on vehicles leaving this residence which resulted in arrests and seizures of drugs and a weapon.
Harris said in the statement agents also contacted Halifax County Probation and Parole.
Following up on the complaint Thursday shortly after 2:30 p.m., agents and probation officers went to the residence and encountered Clark.
Agents seized 70 individually wrapped bags of crack cocaine with an estimated $1,400 street value; 93 bindles of heroin with an estimated $930 street value; three oxycodone pills; 3 additional grams of crack with an estimated $180 street value; 94 small plastic bags of powdered cocaine with an estimated street value of $1,880, packaging materials, a digital scale and $5,005 in cash.
Parker arrested and charged Clark with trafficking heroin, maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance, possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, felony possession of cocaine, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and simple possession of schedule II controlled substance.
Clark received a $75,000 bond with a December 19 court date.
Probation officers Hala Burch, Cara Deloatch, Pierre Bowser and Halifax County Sheriff’s Office Gang Investigator C. Dixon assisted.
Harris could not be reached for further comment.