Crime notebook: Supply brothers charged with trafficking LSD

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Seth Anthony Lupek
Seth Anthony Lupek

Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit have arrested to two brothers, who have been charged with trafficking LSD.

Seth Anthony Lupek, 29, and Tobias Ian Lupek, 27, of Supply, were arrested after detectives executed a search warrant at their Woodard Road home on July 16, according to sheriff’s office spokeswoman Emily Flax.

The brothers are charged with possessing 280 dosage units of LSD, according to arrest warrants.

Seth Lupek has been charged with two counts of trafficking in LSD, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a schedule I controlled substance, possession of cocaine, simple possession of a schedule III controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Tobias Ian Lupek
Tobias Ian Lupek

Tobias Lupek has been charged with two counts of trafficking in LSD, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a schedule I controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Seth Lupek and Tobias Lupek were booked at the Brunswick County jail under $100,000 secured bonds.

Wilmington

Wilmington police have arrested a suspect in connection with an armed robbery and assault on a 40-year-old man that reportedly broke his jaw.

Terrell Desean Askew, 28, faces charges of robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault inflicting serious injury, and assault with a deadly weapon, according to police spokeswoman Cathryn Lindsay.

Police responded to the 700 block of Campbell Street at 1:20 p.m. June 12, when they found the victim standing outside with injuries, Lindsay said. The victim said that a man pointed a gun to his head, robbed him and beat him with a liquor bottle.

Terrell Desean Askew
Terrell Desean Askew

The man was taken to Cape Fear Memorial Hospital for injuries that were severe but not considered life-threatening, Lindsay said. The investigation is ongoing.

Askew was booked at the New Hanover County jail under a $65,000 secured bond.