ROWAN COUNTY, NC (WBTV) - A Salisbury man is facing charges after investigators say he was arrested after being wanted by three different sheriff's offices in North Carolina and the US Marshals' Office.
Michael Eugene Long, 37, was arrested Friday afternoon along the 200-block of Gold Hill Drive in Salisbury.
Investigators say Long was wanted by the US Marshals, Rowan, Catawba and Surry counties on a number of drug related charges.
He was arrested for possession with intent to sell, chemical precursors, drug paraphernalia, He was also charged with failure to appear in Rowan and Surry counties.
In Catawba County, he was wanted for felony flee to allude arrest and reckless driving. The US Marshals' office said he was wanted for federal parole violations.
He was arrested Friday by the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement (ACE) team from Rowan County along with the US Marshals and deputies from all three counties.
He's being held in the Rowan County jail under a $92,500 bond.