The Lenoir Police Department says that a man is facing multiple drug charges for giving vape pens to high school kids.
In the past few weeks, police have been called to area high schools where students were vaping. The department found that all of the schools’ kids used the same kind of vape pen.
Police quickly found out that Cameron Sean Beaver was the person who sold the vapes.
The tweet below confirms the news:
On Tuesday, police went to Beaver’s house in Lenoir, which is on SW Main Street. During their search, the police found 174 THC vape pens, 350.4 grams of weed, and $17,424 in cash. Police say that the drugs that were taken from Beaver’s house were worth $10,000 on the street.
Beaver was caught, and he went to court for the first time on Wednesday in Caldwell County.
The investigation is still going on, according to the police. Anyone with more information should call the Lenoir Police Department.
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