Alleged prescription pill pusher held on $100,000 bond

Staff report

Richmond County sheriff’s deputies on Jan. 23 arrested a 32-year-old Rockingham woman for pushing prescription pills.

Byangelia Tyneise Wall

Byangelia Tyneise Wall

Byangelia Tyneise Wall, of Cauthen Drive, was charged with trafficking in opiates, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II substance and selling and delivering a Schedule II substance.

Wall was ordered held at the Richmond County jail on $100,000 secure bond.

 

 

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