Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office seized 193 grams of suspected heroin, two hand guns, four ounces of marijuana and various forms of drug paraphernalia while executing a search warrant on Tuesday.
Officials announced the seizure in a release on Wednesday. Authorities were searching for 36-year-old Travis Lamont Bolden for an arrest warrant out of Durham County charging Bolden as a habitual felon and possession of a Schedule I controlled substance.
Authorities say deputies got no response at the door where Bolden was believed to be in eastern Orange County, but officials say deputies witnessed “evidence of a controlled substance emanating from the residence.”
Bolden and another male eventually exited the residence, according to law enforcement, and Bolden was taken into custody without incident.
The search warrant then led to the seizure of the narcotics and firearms.
The search led to additional charges of trafficking heroin, possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver marijuana, two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bolden is being held in the Orange County Detention Center under a $370,000 secured bond.