Police add charges for suspects involved in West End raid
Salisbury Police have added charges to two men arrested following a pair of drug raids a week ago in the West End. The police and the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office conducted the raids simultaneously and confiscated drugs and weapons.
Three people were arrested, Sequoia Chevelle Robinson, 25, of 1321 W. Bank St.; Jakeith Gerald Terry, 25, also of 1321 W. Bank St., Apt A; and Shaun Maurice McClean, 28, of 418 Grim St.
Police said McClean, who was on electronic house arrest, had a sawed-off shotgun and cocaine. He is a convicted felon,
Police added felony manufacture/possess a weapon of mass destruction. He was issued an added $15,000 secured bond, bringing his total bond to $55,000.
During his May 1 arrest, McClean was charged with felony possession of a firearm by a felon, felony possession of a controlled scheduled II substance, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. McClean remains in the Rowan County Detention Center.
Police added a felony charge of possession of stolen goods for Terry, who was charged initially with felony possession of stolen goods, three counts of felony possession of a firearm by a felon, felony possession with intent to manufacture a controlled schedule II substance, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and felony sell and deliver a controlled substance within 300 feet of a school property. Terry remains in the Rowan County jail now under a $105,000 secured bond.
In 2008, Terry was convicted of misdemeanor drug possession and resisting arrest. A year later he was convicted of felony drug possession and carrying a concealed weapon. In 2013, Terry was convicted of felony sell and deliver a controlled substance, felony drug possession and misdemeanor assault by pointing a gun, according to the state department of corrections. McClean was convicted in 2002 of drug possession and breaking and entering, both misdemeanors, and felony breaking into vehicles. In 2005, he was convicted of misdemeanor simple assault and resisting arrest. He was released eight months ago from prison after serving five years for a 2007 robbery and drug possession charges. Robinson has since been released.
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