Salisbury Police, Sheriff’s Office, and SBI Raid Alleged Drug House this Afternoon on Lincolnton Road. Flash Bang Grenade Rocks Area

Posted on July 25, 2017

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♦ According to Salisbury Police and Rowan County Sheriff’s Office sources the Salisbury Police Special Response Team (SRT), Rowan County Sheriff’s Office deputies, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the SBI with the Salisbury Fire Department in support, raided an alleged drug house at 819 Lincolnton Road.  It’s reported the Salisbury Police Special Response Team (SRT) led the raid with flash bang grenade that concussed the area and sent area residents out into the street.

Arrested was Demario Antoine Morrow, 28, charged after a lengthy investigation with engaging in a criminal enterprise and also possession of heroin laced with fentanyl (The number one overdose killer in the U.S.A.) among other felony charges.  Adding Morrow’s woes was that his alleged drug operation was down the street from Salisbury High School which leads to another felony charge.

Demario Antoine Morrow:

Demario Antione Morrow’s Charges:

Several unidentified women were removed from the house in handcuffs as officers, deputies, and SBI agents moved in and out of home.

Heroin dyed gray as a marketing ploy (called Gray Death Heroin), some of the heroin was allegedly laced with fentanyl, 13.1 grams of white heroin, 30.3 grams of Molly AKA MMDA, a 10mm handgun, ammo, over $2000 in cash, various narcotic prescription pills, a syringe, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and numerous cell phones were confiscated.

Photograph of 819 Lincolnton Road Haul:

**This article will be updated as staff receives more specific information**.

Demario Antoine Morrow’s Previous Record:

A Photo Gallery from the Crime Scene:

Damaged front door at 819 Lincolnton Road:

819 Lincolnton Road, Salisbury, N.C.:

Special Response Team being misted down by the Salisbury Fire Department on a hot Afternoon:

Location 819 Lincolnton Road, Salisbury, N.C.:

Lincolnton Road and Jordan Street:

Handcuffed prisoners and law enforcement:

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