Community Complaints Lead To Drug Arrest

BURLINGTON, NC -- A Burlington man and women were arrested after multiple community complaints lead to an investigation. 

Alamance's narcotics team started looking into Barry Javon Curtis in Febuary 2016 after neighbors complained about possible drug activity on Mary's Grove Church Road. 

Wednesday they searched Curtis's house they found 90.7 grams of crack cocaine, 241 grams of marijuana and $6,905 in cash.

Police arrested Curtis and Antoniette Miner for trafficking cocaine and possession with the intent to sell/deliver cocaine and marijuana.  

Both have a court appearance on September 8, 2016. There is no available picture of Milner at this time. 

Police want to remind community members that your help is key with these types of investigations. Complaints will be reviewed or investigated by the Alamance County Narcotics Enforcement Team. You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 336-229-7100.

Copyright 2016 WFMY


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