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Lenoir police arrest 2 on drug charges

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    Makayla Holman, 20, was arrested by Lenoir police Friday morning, authorities said. (Lenoir police photo.)
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    Devin Isaiah Boyce, 24, was arrested Friday morning on drug charges, police said. (Lenoir police photo.)

Lenoir police arrested a man and woman early Friday on drug-related charges.

The arrests came after police executed a search warrant about 5:15 a.m. at an apartment in the 2000 block of Falcon Court. Officers said they found 10.6 grams of crack cocaine.

Investigators said Devin Isaiah Boyce, 24, was charged with possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver cocaine; manufacturing cocaine; and maintaining a dwelling for use, storage or sale of a controlled substance. He was jailed under $100,000 bond, police said.

Police said Makayla Page Holman, 20, was charged with maintaining a dwelling for use, storage or sale of a controlled substance. She was jailed under $50,000 bond, according to police.

Police say the arrests followed a two-month investigation that started after authorities received complaints from the public.

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