A Zebulon couple was arrested in Garner over the weekend on charges of trafficking opiates, trespassing and other offenses.
Cherie Hall, 28, and Thomas Winebargar, 37, were arrested and charged with two felony counts of transporting or possessing four to 14 grams of opiates.
Hall was also charged with simple possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance, alprazolam; second degree trespassing; misdemeanor larceny and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Garner Police arrested Hall after she entered the Wal-Mart on Fayeteville Road in Garner. She took $116.59 worth of food, toys and child care items, the Wake County arrest warrant shows.
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She was also found to be in possession of spoons, straws and pill bottles that suggested drug use, warrants said.
Hall’s order for release also notes that she should be kept on house arrest, as she is considered a danger to others. The order also noted that she had a history of larceny and drugs.
She is being held on $50,000 bond and Winebargar is being held on $150,000 bond.
Hall and Winebargar will appear in Wake County district court on Monday morning.
The couple was sentenced to 141 days in jail in Coffee County, Tenn., in 2011 for manufacturing and selling a controlled substance.
He was also charged with motor vehicle theft in Dunn in 2003.
Winebargar spent time in jail in Johnston County for worthless check charges in 2008, but hasn’t served time since then.