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Husband and wife face charges after heroin found next to ice cream in freezer

Source: Rowan Sheriff's Office Source: Rowan Sheriff's Office
Source: Rowan Sheriff's Office Source: Rowan Sheriff's Office
SALISBURY, NC (WBTV) -

A husband and wife living in a home on Phaniels Church Road face drug charges after investigators found black tar heroin in the freezer of their home.

Investigators with the Rowan Sheriff's Office said that they had been working an investigation that began in September.  On five occasions between September 20 and November 9, undercover deputies bought drugs from Randy Roseman, 61.

Roseman was arrested following a traffic stop after the purchase was made on November 9.

A search warrant of the home in the 300 block of Phaniels Church Road turned up eleven grams of heroin in the freezer.  

A 9 mm handgun and 12 gauge shotgun were also taken from the home, as well as more than $2200 in cash.

Six grams of heroin was found on Roseman during the traffic stop on Ed Weaver Road, along with more than $3500 in cash.

Investigators said that Roseman's nickname is "Slick," because of his ability to stay out of trouble with law enforcement.  They also pointed out that Roseman was a founding member, vice-president, and road captain of the Ghost Riders Motorcycle Club in Rockwell.

Roseman was charged with one count of conspiring to traffic opium, two counts of possession with intent to sell/deliver heroin, and six counts of trafficking opium or heroin. 

Roseman's wife, Heather Adkins, 41, was charged with one count of conspiring to traffic opium or heroin and one count of trafficking opium or heroin.

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