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Man arrested at work

SALISBURY—A Kannapolis man was arrested at work Wednesday afternoon after police say they found 37 pills in his possession.
While working at Applebees, 205 Faith Road, Robert Beaver, 38, was served a warrant for an outstanding failure to appear charge, according to a Salisbury Police report.
When authorities searched Beaver, they reported finding oxycontin, methadone and hydrocodone pills. According to the report, four bags of oxycontin were found in an orange pill bottle in the man’s pocket. A methadone pill was found in a cigarette pack.
Beaver, of 918 Oregon St., Kannapolis, was charged with trafficking in opiates, possession with intent to sell and deliver and simple possession of hydrocodone. He was given a $5,000 secured bond.

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