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Woman, 74, three others sought on drug charges

Posted January 11, 2010

— Four people, including a 74-year-old woman, are wanted in connection with the biggest drug raid in Hoke County's history, according to a release from Sheriff Hubert Peterkin.

Four suspects are still at large after the Jan. 6 raid, the Hoke County Sheriff's Office said Monday.

  • Gary Ladarris Daniels, 28, 1702 Silver City St. in Raeford, wanted for one count of sell and deliver cocaine
  • Anthony Rayshon McLean, 21, 1118 Lynch St. in Laurinburg, wanted for two counts each of sell and deliver cocaine and sell and deliver marijuana
  • Jacqueline Denise Monroe, 20, of 254 Pine Haven Circle in Raeford, wanted for one count each of sell and deliver cocaine and conspiracy to sell and deliver cocaine
  • Dorothy Sanders, 74, of 113 Colorado Drive in Raeford, wanted for one count of maintain a dwelling for controlled substances

On Jan. 6, 115 law enforcement agents searched 10 residences in hopes of nabbing 15 suspects identified in a year-long investigation of crack cocaine, marijuana and firearms trafficking. The searches concentrated in the Harmony Heights subdivision in Raeford, near Fort Bragg, but also took place in Moore, Scotland and Robeson counties.

Daniels has previous convictions including assault with a deadly weapon, larceny from person and communicating threats, according to state Department of Correction records.


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  • amyrn Jan 14, 2010

    Maybe she just owned the house these younger folks were living in. She may not have necessarily been involved with the actual trafficking.

  • mrsvidivan2 Jan 14, 2010

    Never too late to start a life of crime

  • Eduardo1 Jan 14, 2010

    what a batch of beauts. All thats missing is : Learch, Uncle Fester, Wednesday, Grandmama,Wednesday, Pugsley, Fred Sanford, Bubba, Grady & Aunt Esther

  • beachbum1 Jan 13, 2010

    Like they say..ya can't teach and old dog NEW tricks!

  • Sea Chell Jan 13, 2010

    You would have thought Grandma would have GROWN-UP by now!

  • mochabrown Jan 13, 2010

    There was an old lady in Wayne Co. that was doing the same thing. I guess she felt the money was better than Social Security. Too bad, though, cause she (and they, as well) should not be committing crimes.

  • notagain1903 Jan 13, 2010

    WOW a 74 year old lady out smarts the flops, I mean cops. How hard can this be to find her? Time to go back to school and take police 101 - finding the suspect. They did have an on going investigation and should have some idea of her habits?!? right?

  • Nancy Jan 12, 2010

    Generations lost, how many from her on down are lost to this nonsense?

  • mad_dash Jan 12, 2010

    now this is just funny.. grandma selling drugs.. lmao!!

  • beachbum1 Jan 12, 2010

    Wow what a shock, think they have the right people? (lol)