HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. — Police say they have shut down a meth trafficking operation in Huntersville and arrested a man accused of being involved in the crime.
Police arrested Dominique Townes Friday in the Northcross Shopping Center on Sam Furr Road.
This was part of a two-month investigation. Authorities said Townes sold meth to undercover officers three times.
When officers arrested Townes on Friday, they seized assault rifles, more than a pound of meth, a pound of marijuana and pills.
He is facing several serious drug charges, including trafficking methamphetamine by possession and by tribute.
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