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Two Laurel men arrested for possession of heroin

Wilson Graves Wilson Graves
Howard Wade Howard Wade
LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -

On Thursday, Laurel Narcotics Task Force along with officers from the Laurel Police Department were conducting about a week-long investigation when 34-year-old Wilson Graves and 31-year-old Howard Wade were arrested. 

Found in their possession was around 30 hits of heroin and a couple of ounces of methamphetamine along with about $1000 in cash.

Graves will be charged with the sale of heroin and Wade will be charged with conspiracy to sell heroin. 

They will both make their initial appearances on Monday in Municipal Court in Laurel. 

Graves will remain in jail with a hold on him for MDOC due to being on probation as the result of just being released out of prison.

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