Fleeing Highway Patrol results in stop, multiple charges

A man stopped Wednesday (Feb. 24) after a pursuit by the N.C. State Highway Patrol in Graham has been charged with several drug-related offenses.

M’Eir Unique Johnson, black, male, 18, of 2316 Huntington Road, Burlington, was stopped on North Main Street in Graham.

Narcotics, drug paraphernalia, ammunition, and a stolen handgun were located inside the vehicle, according to the Alamance County sheriff’s office, which assisted with the stop and arrest.

Johnson has been charged with: possession of a stolen firearm; possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana; maintaining a vehicle for use, storage, or sale of controlled substnces; possession of a control substance (Schedule 1); and felony fleeing/eluding arrest with a motor vehicle.

He was jailed with a $5,000 secured bond.

More news about and other recent arrests by Alamance County sheriff’s office:

13 alleged “johns” arrested in anti-prostitution sting: https://alamancenews.com/sheriffs-anti-prostitution-sting-nets-13-alleged-johns/

Man arrested for having illegal silencer on his rifle: https://alamancenews.com/area-man-arrested-for-possession-of-rifle-with-illegal-silencer/

Commissioners give go-ahead for sheriff to continue renting out jail bed space to ICE: https://alamancenews.com/commissioners-give-sheriff-the-green-light-to-keep-renting-out-beds-for-holding-federal-immigration-detainees/