UPDATE: Search warrant reveals numbers, condoms (view search warrants)
By Shavonne Potts
Candice Jo Drye told investigators she was not the only person to obtain prescription narcotics from Salisbury dentist Dr. J. David Boyd in exchange for sexual favors. In an affidavit authorities submitted to get a search warrant, investigator J.D. Barber said Drye told police the favors occurred in Boyd’s private office located within his Statesville Boulevard dental office.
Salisbury Police investigators obtained a search warrant Friday to search the doctor’s office, where they found notes with Drye’s phone number and those of two others. Officials also found unused condoms, a vibrator, video camera and an appointment book, among nearly 20 other items.
A probable cause affidavit for the search warrants says witnesses told investigators that David Boyd, unknown to his staff, made appointments at his office, and the appointments “were made for prescribing narcotics in exchange for sexual favors mainly to young females.”
Drye, 23, is charged with the doctor’s murder, along with Jonathan Barnett, 18, and Christopher Boyd, 21.
David Boyd was found dead and bound at his home Thursday morning.
Cabarrus County warrants show that Barnett told Salisbury Police when he turned himself in that he took Christopher Boyd to the home of Jimmy Dean Outen, of Concord, supposedly to hide before he fled to Tennessee.
At this point, there are no charges against Outen.
In the Concord house, the Cabarrus warrant says, officers found cocaine, a cigarette package containing cocaine, a razor blade, a piece of plastic straw, a plastic bag of marijuana, a pack of rolling papers, a rolled $20 bill with white powder in it, and other items.
Also in the warrant was this statement: i(Christopher) Boydís intentions were to avoid capture at all costs, and made specific threats of death and/or severe bodily harm to any law enforcement officers who attempted to apprehend him.î
See Wednesday’s Post for more details.
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