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North Carolina man and woman allegedly hid cocaine in a cheeseburger, which was discovered by a narcotics agent during a traffic stop

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A man was visibly upset in his mugshot, while a woman seemed to be smiling, as narcotic agents in Lee County made a surprising discovery during a routine traffic stop. Hidden inside a cheeseburger, they found cocaine, along with a stash of drugs and firearms in the car.

Drug narcotics in Lee County found cocaine hidden in a cheeseburger.
Drug narcotics in Lee County found cocaine hidden in a cheeseburger.

The incident took place last Tuesday on Rose Street and Woodland Avenue in Sanford, where authorities uncovered fentanyl, cocaine, clonazepam, marijuana, and two guns inside the vehicle.

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The driver, De Anthonie Trey Vion Taylor, 23, was promptly arrested and hit with a slew of charges, including possession with intent to distribute controlled substances and firearm-related offenses.

His passenger, Brianna Marie Smith, 24, also faced a string of charges, such as possession with intent to distribute controlled substances and carrying a concealed weapon.

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Smith was taken into custody and is currently being held in Lee County Jail on a $50,000 bond, while Taylor has already posted bail and been released.

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