Wake County sheriff's deputies Wednesday filed multiple charges related to methamphetamine and other drugs against a woman who was convicted in February of drug felonies and a man who was release from prison in April after being convicted in Johnston County of meth-related charges.
Kevin Ryan Gralton, 26, and Felicia Dawn Sandy, 27, were arrested at Kennebec Road and Buck Rowland Road on charges of delivering 160 pseudoephedrine pills to another person. Pseudoephedrine, used in cold medicines, is used to make methamphetamine and is considered a precursor material for it.
In arrest warrants, officials said Gralton lived at 9716 Kennebec Road in Willow Spring, but he was listed in county booking records with an address of 6105 Hollow View Court near Fuquay-Varina. Sandy was listed in arrest warrants as living at 10637 Pine Thicket Court, near Fuquay-Varina, but booking records listed her address as 9362 Kennebec Road.
Arrest warrants charged that Sandy and Gralton conspired with each other and with a person identified only as “Chris” to manufacture meth. It was not clear if “Chris” was the one to whom the pseudoephedrine allegedly was being delivered.
The two also were charged with possessing another 120 pseudoephedrine pills. Both face serveral misdemeanor charges for possession of other drugs. Gralton was charged with using a 1999 Toyota to keep and sell drugs.
Gralton was convicted in May 2015 of possessing a methamphetamine precursor and was put on three years’ probation. That was revoked in January 2016, however, and he served time in prison until April 20, state records show.
Sandy was convicted Feb. 3 in Johnston County of possessing and selling drugs in the legal category that includes meth. She was placed on 30 months’ probation.
Sandy was being held on $175,000 bail. Gralton was being held on $250,000 bail.