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Multiple Arrests After Traffic Stop

Post Date:12/28/2018 3:23 PM

On December 27, Creedmoor Police Department officials conducted a traffic stop at the Family Fare located on Main Street in Creedmoor. The stop resulted in multiple arrests for drug sale violations, a weapon offense, and the service of multiple outstanding warrants on one of the subjects. Creedmoor police officials were assisted by Special Agent J. Cates with the Alcohol Law Enforcement Branch of the NCSBI. SA J. Cates charged the following subjects with the associated offenses: 

Kayligah Murrell, age 19 of Durham, charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule VI drug, sell and deliver a schedule VI drug, conspiracy to sell a controlled substance. Murrell was place in Granville County jail under a $27,000 secured bond. 

Emerson Herrera, age 19 of Durham, charged with conspiracy to sell a controlled substance. Herrera was place in Granville County jail under a $10,000 secured bond. 

Jaewon Aquayo, age 19 of Durham, charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule VI drug, conspiracy to sell a controlled substance and carrying a concealed firearm. Aquayo was place in Granville County jail under a $30,000 secured bond. 

Everardo Garcia, age 19 of Durham, charged with conspiracy to sell a controlled substance and warrants out of Durham for two counts of assault on a female, stalking, resisting a public officer, and injury to personal property. Garcia was placed in Granville County jail under a $10,000 secured bond.

Chief Keith King stated, “Two of these individuals have confirmed gang associations out of Durham. These arrests removed drugs, a gun, and dangerous individuals from our streets. This is another great example of exemplary teamwork keeping our community safe.”

 

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