In the course of the investigation, officers found six kilos of cocaine, a half-pound of marijuana, a handgun and nearly $3,600 in cash, according to the release.
Hernandez-Landeiro and Furlough were each charged with three counts apiece of conspire to traffic in cocaine. Hernandez-Landeiro is additionally charged with two counts of trafficking in cocaine and one count of maintaining a place for controlled substance. All three suspects were jailed in the Catawba County Detention Facility. Bond for Ramseur was set at $1,455,000, Hernandez-Landeiro received a $1,400,000 bond, and Furlough was incarcerated under $1,100,000 bond.
All three suspects were scheduled to appear in District Court today (February 14).
Story: Rob Eastwood-WHKY