RALEIGH — Police Wednesday evening charged a 28-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman with trafficking in marijuana after detectives found just under 55 pounds of the drug at an apartment at The Tribute, at 1300 Tribute Center Drive, off Glenwood Avenue.
Antonio Lamont Burden and Jaslyn Ana Grullon were arrested when police stopped them at Lynn Road and Glenwood Avenue, according to an arrest report.
Burden is listed in an arrest warrant as living in Greensboro, but the arrest report lists an address of 6300 Creedmoor Road, which is a shopping center anchored by a Food Lion store.
Grullon lives at Tribute Center, but in a different apartment from the one that police charged they maintained as a place to keep and sell marijuana.
Burden is listed as working at parties for a company called Diamond Entertainment.
Grullon is listed as being a research assistant at the University of North Carolina.
The UNC-Chapel Hill directory lists her as an intermittent temporary in the Department of Medicine, but not describe that position.
Grullon lives in Apartment 288 at The Tribute, whose website says that a studio apartment rents for about $800 to $1,200 a month.
The arrest warrants for Grullon and Burden charge that they maintained Apartment 380 for a drug business.
According to the warrants, police found 24,902 grams of marijuana, which is 54.9 pounds.
Burdens address on the arrest warrant is 1146-L Bridford Parkway in Greensboro.
The N.C. Secretary of States office lists a box at a UPS store at 6300 Creedmoor Road the address on his arrest report as the address of record for a company called Burden Imports LLC.
Antonio Burden is listed as the agent for the company, which was created Jan. 3.
Attorney Kevin Hopper of Raleigh is listed as the person incorporating the business, but a woman contacted at his office Thursday said he could not discuss what Burden Imports does without permission from his client.
Burden and Grullon were being held Thursday at the Wake County Detention Center on $150,000 bond each.