Mooresville man accused of trafficking prescription pain pills

James Martin – Picture courtesy of the Mooresville Police Department


MOORESVILLE, NC: Mooresville Police Department Narcotics Detectives completed a three-month undercover operation into the sale and trafficking of prescription opiates after receiving information that James Christopher Martin, 47, of Park Avenue was selling and trafficking prescription opiate pain pills.

Martin was charged with two counts of trafficking in opiates by sale, two counts of trafficking in opiates by possession, two counts of trafficking in opiates by transportation, five counts of sell/deliver schedule II drugs, possession with the intent to sell/deliver schedule II drugs, and five counts of felony maintaining a vehicle for keeping or selling controlled substances. He was arrested at the Iredell County Jail where he turned himself in on Wednesday and received a $250,000 secured bond.

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