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Police confiscated 101 pounds of marijuana from a Maiden residence on Monday. Two people were arrested following a police search.

During the Maiden Police Department’s search of a residence on East Holly Street, officers also found 5 pounds of edible marijuana, 15 ounces of psilocybin mushroom, 15 grams of cocaine, two assault rifles, a pistol and about $ 9,000 in cash, according to a press release from the department.

Christian Chase Parker, 22, of Maiden, and Alexis Susan Lineberger, 21, of Sherrills Ford, have each been charged with trafficking in marijuana. Parker’s bond was set at $ 45,000 guaranteed and Lineberger’s bond at $ 7,000 guaranteed.

The girl’s chief of police, Tracy Ledford, said the investigation began when people living near the house noticed suspicious activity.

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“No city is drug-free,” Ledford said. “I am proud of the fact that we had neighbors and community members who were ready to step in and provide essential information to this investigation. “

Ledford said officers Mark Baker, Mackenzie Johnson and David Lee were the investigators.

Lee said during their investigation that they monitored the house, stopped vehicles nearby and worked with other agencies to gather information to obtain a search warrant.

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