HIGH POINT, N.C. — On Thursday, a High Point Police Department K-9 Officer made a traffic stop at Brentwood St and Green Dr. that resulted in a seizure of weapons, drugs and money.

The Driver of the car was identified as Darrod L Bennett, 27. Police say Bennett is also the focus of a lengthy investigation which is currently being conducted by the Vice/Narcotics Unit. 

Officers also executed search warrants at other locations associated with Bennett. The locations were at Hay St and 900 block of Londonderry Dr in High Point, police confirmed.

Numerous rounds of ammunition

$7,257.00 in cash 

49.5 pounds of Marijuana 

425.59 grams of Cocaine 

499.7 grams of Methamphetamine 

52 Dosage Units MDMA (commonly known as Ecstasy) 

.65 gram of Heroin 

1217 grams of an unknown substance (lab testing will determine the substance)

Darrod L Bennett, 27, of High Point was charged with:

Darrod L Bennett, 27,
High Point Police Department

Trafficking in Marijuana  

Trafficking in Methamphetamine 

Trafficking in Cocaine 

Felony Maintaining a Dwelling for the sale of a Controlled Substance 

He was confined to the Guilford County Jail (High Point) under a $5,000,000.00 secured bond. 

Lenee D Hutchison, 25,  of High Point was charged with: 

Lenee D Hutchison,25,
High Point Police Department

Trafficking Marijuana  

Trafficking Methamphetamine  

Possession With the Intent to Sell and Deliver Cocaine  

Felony Maintaining a Dwelling for the Sale of a Controlled Substance

She was confined to the Guilford County (High Point) jail under a $75,000.00 secured bond

Derek S Price, 27, of High Point was charged with:

Derek S Price,27,
High Point Police Department

Possession of a Firearm by a Felon  

Possession With the Intent to Sell and Deliver Marijuana 

He was confined to the Guilford County (High Point) jail under a $100,000.00 secured bond. 

Guns and Drugs
Guns and drugs seized
High Point Police Department

 Anyone with information related to this crime or any other illegal gun/drug activity is asked to contact Crimestoppers at 336-889-4000. 

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