Candler woman accused of heroin, meth possession

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Buncombe County sheriff’s deputies have charged a Candler woman with drug possession.

Donial Jean Braley, 38, of Morgan Cove Road, is charged with possession of heroin and methamphetamine and intent to sell two baggies of meth, according to warrants filed in the Buncombe County magistrate’s court. She also charged with possession of scales, plastic baggies and a torch lighter.

She was being held in the Buncombe County Detention Facility with a secured bond set at $8,500 on all charges. She is scheduled to make her first appearance Monday in Buncombe County District Court to answer to the charges.

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In other arrests:

Robert Mitchell Jones, 56, of Lena Lane, Asheville was charged with possession of 28 units of oxycodone and trying to sell them out of a Ford pickup truck. He was being held under $10,000 secured bond.

Brandon Jerry Fowler, 36, of Austin Branch Road, Leicester, was charged with felony possession of heroin along with a used syringe and a spoon with burn marks. He was being held under $10,000 secured bond.

Mickey Lavon Foster, 47, of Crestland Road, Asheville, was charged with felony possession of cocaine and resisting a police officer. He was being held with bond set at $3,000.

Joshua Clifton Dodd, 37, of Stratford Road, Asheville, was charged with assault causing serious bodily harm. Warrants allege that Dodd kicked an elderly man in the face and back, causing injury to the eyes and internal organs. Given the victim’s “advanced age,” the injuries will likely require long-term medical care, the warrants show. Dodd was being held with bond set at $5,000.

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Andrea Dawn Worley, 33, of Morgan Branch Road, Weaverville, was charged with possession of heroin. Her bond was set at $1,500.

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