Salisbury man charged with selling cocaine, hydrocodone
SALISBURY — Narcotics officers arrested a Salisbury man after police said they saw him sell cocaine on Partee Street Thursday afternoon.
According to a Salisbury Police report, Thaddius Rhames, of Cedar Drive, handed the driver of a Ford Escort a small plastic bag with a crack cocaine rock inside and two yellow hydrocodone pills at about 1 p.m.
Police asked Rhames if he still lived at a home on Partee Street, where he was listed in the police database.
Rhames told officers he didn’t, but his car was parked at the residence.
Authorities searched the car and found two more bags with crack cocaine rocks, the report said. Police also seized $394.
Rhames was charged with felony selling or delivering narcotics and felony selling or delivering cocaine.
The driver of the Ford was not charged.
Rhames was released after posting a $10,000 bond.
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