Series of 34 arrests in Fayetteville Police initiative

FAYETTEVILLE, NC (WNCN) — A tip made through a Fayetteville Police Department initiative led to two arrests in a drug bust on Aug. 4. Since that time, police announced on Thursday that 34 arrests had been made, for a total of 68 charges in the same initiative.

The tip to police provided the whereabouts of a wanted suspect, which police said led to the execution of a search warrant and an arrest.

Curtis Elija Hope, left, and Ajani Dasan Harvey, right (Fayetteville Police Department)

Officials say they obtained the search warrant for a house on the 1000 block of Bernadine Street where they seized drugs, drug paraphernalia and several weapons.

A full list of items confiscated is as follows:

  • 837 grams of marijuana
  • 39 grams of psilocybin mushrooms
  • 21 grams of oxycodone (59 dosage units)
  • 1 gram of THC oil
  • AM 15 Ready Rifle .223 caliber
  • Bear Creek Arsenal BCA 15 5.56 Caliber
  • Caliber Glock 23 40
  • Romarm Cugir Mini Draco caliber 7.62
  • $672.00 dollars
  • Various loose cartridges 7.62, 5.56, 9mm, 40 gauge and several spent cartridge cases
  • Drug paraphernalia: several digital scales, designer bags, plastic bags
  • Fraudulent checks, debit cards and license plates
(Fayetteville Police Department)

20-year-old Curtis Elija Hope is charged with possessing with intent to sell or supplying marijuana, manufacturing marijuana, maintaining a home, possessing a controlled substance with intent to manufacture, selling or supplying Schedule 1, and two counts of trafficking in opium.

18-year-old Ajani Dasan Harvey is charged with possession with intent to sell or supply marijuana, manufacture of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance with intent to manufacture, sale or supply Schedule 1 and trafficking in Charged with opium on two counts.

Police say both men are being held at the Cumberland County Detention Center.

They are each under a $125,000 secured bond. Series of 34 arrests in Fayetteville Police initiative

Dais Johnston

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