Two from Cleveland face multiple felony drug charges
Two people from Cleveland face multiple felony drug charges following a search of their Shinnville Road home in Iredell County.
The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Investigation Unit and members of the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team searched 1155 Shinnville Road after identifying Terry Lamont Barringer, 58, and Lisa Bailey Trivette, 46, as suspects in drug sales.
Over three months, hand-to-hand sales of crack and prescription medications were made by undercover detectives from both suspects at the home.
Based on evidence from the undercover sales, investigators were able to get a search warrant. During the search, Barringer was found to have crack on him that was packaged for sale. The search uncovered drug paraphernalia, cash, five rifles and one pistol.
Barringer is charged with four felony counts of possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule II substance; three felony counts of sell or deliver a schedule II controlled substance; three felony counts of maintain a vehicle/dwelling or place to sell controlled substances; and felony possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was given a $100,000 secured bond.
Trivette was charged with two felony counts trafficking in opium or heroin; one felony count of possession with intent to sell and deliver schedule II controlled substance; one felony count of sell or deliver schedule II controlled substance; and one felony count of maintain a dwelling/vehicle or place to sell controlled substance. She was give a $150,000 secured bond.
Both have extensive criminal histories. Barringer has been convicted on felony common law robbery, felony uttering forged papers, larceny, assault and five counts of felony selling of a schedule II controlled substance.
Trivette has been convicted of injury to personal property, multiple felony uttering forged instruments, multiple resisting a public officer, hit and run, possession of drug paraphernalia, shoplifting, multiple solicit prostitution, multiple solicit crime against nature, communicating threats and driving while impaired.