"Lexington traffic stop leads to drug charges for N.C. men" by Sarah Roberts Globe Correspondent October 13, 2015
A traffic stop in Lexington Tuesday morning led to the arrest of two North Carolina men on charges of possession of the drug PCP, according to State Police.
Nakia Roland, 40, was driving with passenger Benjamin Patrick, 31, south on Route 128 in Lexington at 2:30 a.m. when they were pulled over by a trooper for several traffic violations, according to a statement from State Police.
The trooper discovered that Roland was driving without a license and under the influence of drugs, State Police said. Upon searching the car, the trooper found 61.5 liquid ounces of PCP.
Both men are from Wilmington, N.C., according to State Police....