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Man faces long list of charges, including selling 'gray death' heroin

Source: Salisbury Police Source: Salisbury Police
Source: Salisbury Police Source: Salisbury Police
SALISBURY, NC (WBTV) -

A search warrant executed at a house in the 800 block of Lincolnton Road on Tuesday afternoon turned up a large amount of drugs, a gun, and thousands in cash.

The Salisbury Police Department, Rowan Sheriff's Office, SBI, and Department of Homeland Security conducted the search of the home of Demario Antione Morrow, 28.

According to the report, police seized 30.3 grams of the drug MDMA, also known as "Molly," 6 grams of "gray death" heroin, which is heroin laced with the highly potent pain-killer fentanyl, 13.1 grams of white heroin, a 10mm pistol, $2000 cash, digital scales, and phones.  Marijuana and prescription drugs were also found.

Investigators said that there had been many complaints in the community about activity at the house, which is near Salisbury High School.

Morrow faces a very long list of charges, including conducting a criminal enterprise, drug possession, drug trafficking, possession of drug paraphernalia, and selling drugs near a school.

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