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Police find marijuana, pills

SALISBURY — A Greensboro man is in the Rowan County jail, charged with selling drugs on Fisher Street, police said today.
On Saturday night, Salisbury Police saw an illegally parked car near the corner of West Fisher Street and Vanderford Street, surrounded by numerous people. Police said it is a hot spot for drug activity.
As officers approached the car to give the driver a parking ticket, the people surrounding the car scurried off, and the officer asked to search the car, the report said.
When the passenger of the car got out, police found a plastic bag on the seat of the car containing 4 grams of marijuana, the report said.
Further search found .3 grams of powder cocaine in two plastic bags and one bag of 2 grams of crushed pills.
Kyheem Tyreed Martinez, 18, of 1335 Glenhaven Drive, was charged with possession and manufacturing, selling or delivering a schedule II controlled substance and possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver marijuana.
Martinez was also served with a warrant from Forsyth County for failure to appear.
Martinez was given a $11,500 secured bond.

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