First Posted: 1/15/2009
MAXTON — Three people have been charged with drug offenses after sheriff’s deputies say they found more than 10 pounds of marijuana and 2 grams of cocaine at a Missouri Drive home.
Jackie Dean Clark Jr., 24, of 60 Pasture Drive, and Nikita Jordan Norman Revels, 21, of 2927 Missouri Drive, were arrested and charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, conspiracy to sell and deliver marijuana, maintaining a drug dwelling and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.
Clark was also charged with felony possession of cocaine for the 1 gram of cocaine police say they found in his pocket.
Jason Bryant Oxendine, 26, of 233 Pasture Drive, Maxton, was charged with felony possession of cocaine, maintaining a drug vehicle, simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to Lt. Charlie Revels, at about 11:45 p.m. Friday the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Team went to Nikita Revels’ home at 2927 Missouri Drive after receiving complaints of illegal narcotics being sold. When agents arrived at the home, they stopped a 1982 Blue Eldorado Cadillac that was being driven by Oxendine from leaving the residence, Revels said.
“Narcotics agents had received complaints that Oxendine was the supplier of illegal narcotics in the area,” Revels said. “Agents asked Jason Bryant Oxendine if he had any illegal narcotics in the vehicle and if he would give consent to search the vehicle. Oxendine gave consent, agents located a clear plastic bag containing marijuana and approximately 1 gram of cocaine in the floor board.”
Revels said the agents then questioned the owner of the home.
“Agents told Nikita Jordan Norman Revels of the complaints of illegal narcotics sold from his residence and asked if he had any narcotics in his residence,” he said. “Agents located a set of digital scales in the bathroom with cocaine residue … . As agents continued to search the bathroom they located a secret compartment behind towels in a wall. Inside the compartment, agents located a book bag with approximately 4,480 grams of marijuana.”
Revels said the street value of the marijuana was approximately $19,000.
Revels and Clark were jailed under a $25,000 secured bond and Oxendine under a $20,000 secured bond.