DAVIDSON, N.C. - A 31-year-old man is facing possible drug trafficking charges after authorities said they made a meth and heroin bust Thursday at a duplex in Davidson.
Davidson police said the 31-year-old Kyle Gresham is facing charges of trafficking in LSD and cocaine and felony possession of methamphetamine, along with an assortment of other drug charges.
Police said he lived at the duplex just blocks from Davidson College where the bust occurred.
Davidson Police Chief Penny Dunn told Eyewitness News reporter Tina Terry the home wasn't on their radar until they got a tip. Now the department is investigating whether the home was being used to cook the meth found inside.
"We're gonna continue to look at that," she said. "Certainly the amount of the drug, that causes concern. That's why we're looking at trafficking offenses."
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Officers said in addition to Gresham, three adults were cited on drug offenses.
A child was also at the home at the time of the early morning bust.
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