Durham man faces drug trafficking charges
DURHAM - A Durham man was arrested Saturday, accused of trafficking heroin.
Abdur-Ranman Jackson, 43, of Drexel Avenue in Durham was arrested and charged with two counts of trafficking opium or heroin, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for controlled substances and possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a Schedule I controlled substance.
Jackson is accused of having more than 28 grams of heroin in his possession at the time of arrest and 506 grams of heroin to sell and deliver. He is also accused of using a 2005 Nissan Maxima to store the heroin.
Jackson was held in the Durham County Jail under $3 million bond.
In other news:
- Monte San Antonio Holeman, 36, of Green Street in Durham was arrested and charged with assault on a female. He was held without bond in the Durham County Jail.
- Philip Columbus Everette, 51, of East Main Street in Durham was arrested and charged with possession of stolen goods/property, communicating threats and possession of drug paraphernalia. He’s accused of stealing four packages of Angus steaks from a Kroger grocery store on N.C. Highway 54, threatening to slap the store manager and for having a 4-inch silver pipe that was burnt on one side. The steaks were valued at $42.92. Everette was held in the Durham County Jail under $1,500 bond.