A 24-year-old Raleigh man had cocaine, marijuana, THC, amphetamine, LSD, ecstasy and almost 5 pounds of a psychedelic drug called DMT in his Bedford Green Drive apartment, according to charges Raleigh narcotics detectives filed early Friday.
Connor Paul Nordstrom, of 2806 Bedford Green Drive, also was charged with selling 3.5 grams of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, to an informant Thursday.
According to the charges that detectives filed, Nordstrom had 2,243 grams (just under 5 pounds) of the DMT, an acronym for dimethyltryptamine. The drug is a hallucinogen derived from plants and is an element in a snuff used by some South American Indian tribes, according to U.S. government information.
The charges also said police found 37 doses of the party drug ecstasy, 72 doses of LSD, 238.5 grams (about 8.4 ounces) of marijuana, 26 grams (0.9 ounces) of THC and 9.5 dosage units of amphetamine.
Another charge said Nordstrom used the apartment to keep and sell drugs.
A magistrate noted that Nordstrom has pending charges in Wake County of driving while impaired and driving with a license that had been revoked for DWI.
Bail for the charges Friday was set at $150,000, and Nordstrom was held for a court appearance later in the day.