Wake County sheriff's investigators arrested four people late Wednesday on charges of growing marijuana and having marijuana, hash oil and a prescription anti-anxiety drug intended for sale.
Logan Vega, 39, and Sara Vega, 59, were arrested at their home at 5625 Millrace Trail, just outside Raleigh. Evan Stone, 20, who also lives at the house, was arrested at Millrace Trail and Yates Mill Pond Road in a car with Reuben Curtis Hamilton, 20.
Hamilton lives at 514 Duntrune Court, off Yates Mill Pond Road about 2 miles from Stone’s home, records showed.
It was not known Thursday if Stone is related to the Vegas. The house where they all live is owned by a Cary resident, according to tax records.
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The Vegas were accused of manufacturing marijuana because authorities said they found a “grow box,” plant material and a marijuana plant.
They and Stone were charged with possessing 33 grams of marijuana, a little less than 1.2 ounces, with the intent to sell it, which is a felony. Simple possession of 1.5 ounces or less is a misdemeanor.
The Vegas also were charged with having 17 grams of hash oil, which is derived from the marijuana plant and concentrates its psychoactive chemicals
Stone and Hamilton were accused in arrest warrants of having another 41.5 grams of marijuana and with a misdemeanor for having a digital scale and packaging material like is used in selling marijuana.
A warrants accused Stone of having 99 doses of the prescription drug Xanax, a brand name for alprazolam, the anti-anxiety drug.
Sara Vega, Stone and Hamilton were scheduled for Thursday court appearances. Logan Vega was to go before a judge Friday, according to the court clerk’s office.