Five Rounded Up in Meth Bust in Salisbury, N.C., Rowan, and Cabarrus Since Thursday for Alleged Conspiracy

Posted on November 1, 2015

RFP Staff

♦ Rowan County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office deputies made inroads on Salisbury’s and Rowan County’s Meth epidemic when they rounded up five alleged meth conspirators since Thursday and charged them with conspiring to traffic substantial amounts of methamphetamine alleged to be over several hundred grams in weight.

The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office arrested Hope Elizabeth Berrier, 39, formerly of Salisbury and now living in Cabarrus on Thursday. She was charged with traffic in amphetamine (felony) and maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/place cs (felony). Under a secured $250.010 bond, Berrier remains in the Cabarrus County Jail.

On Friday Tonya Renay Garrison, 38, of Gold Hill, Shannon Dale Hartman, 40, of Rowan County, and Teresa Lynn Hurley, 37, of Rowan County were all arrested and uniformly charged with conspiracy (felony). All of their secured bonds are set at $500,000

John Clinton Dunbar, 40, of Salisbury who was already in the Rowan County Detention Center for multiple charges, was charged Saturday with conspire to traffic in methamphetamine (felony).

The RFP article about John Clinton Dunbar’s October Rockwell arrest for an alleged $30,000 meth haul:

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