FAYETTEVILLE: Deputies look for man considered dangerous - WRBL

Cumberland deputies look for man considered dangerous

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -

Cumberland County Sheriff's Detectives have obtained extradition orders for a local man wanted on multiple drug related charge, the Sheriff's Office said Monday afternoon.

Garland Brandon Maness, 31, whose address is unknown, is being sought on two felony counts of trafficking, one count of maintaining a dwelling, and one count of conspiring opium and prescription drugs, authorities said.

Investigators say on Oct. 24, Maness fled Cumberland County after deputies obtained a search warrant for a residence on the 6500 block of Alamance Road. Inside was more than 28 grams of prescription narcotics, marijuana, scales, empty pill bottles, Dremel tools, money and guns. 

Authorities said Maness is considered to be armed and dangerous as he has been known to rob his victims and hold them at bay with a firearm. He is known to frequent Eastern Boulevard and the Highway 301 area.

If the public sees Maness, call Cumberland County Sheriff's Detectives at (910) 323-1500 or dial 911 immediately.

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