Deputies seize Opana

Drug similar to morphine
Dec. 21, 2012 @ 01:12 PM

Three men, two from Thomasville, face drug charges, according to the Davidson County Sheriff's Office.
According to a press release, the Vice Narcotic Unit conducted a drug investigation at 1989 Cotton Grove Road on Dec. 20.
As a result, officers seized 58 dosage units of Opana 40 mg tablets (10.7 grams in weight).
According to www.drugs.com, Opana  (oxymorphone) is a opioid pain relieve similar to morphine.
Brandon Lee Dehart, 29, of 7126 Kennedy Road, Thomasville, was charged with two counts of trafficking opiates and possession of drug  paraphernalia.
David Eugene Cardwell, 42, of 558 Chase Road, Lot 2, Thomasville, was charged with two counts of trafficking opiates, maintaining a vehicle to store a  controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Danny Ray Lanier, 51, of  5057 East Old 64, Lexington, was charged with two counts of trafficking opiates and possession of drug  paraphernalia.
Each man was issued a $25,000 secured bond with a court date of Jan. 29.