SALISBURY, N.C. - Four people have been arrested after they called the wrong man about drug purchases.
The man was a Rowan County sheriff's deputy.
The Salisbury Post reported that Deputy Jagger Naves was awakened by four calls to his cell phone around 4 a.m. on Monday.
Some of the calls complained about the quantity of drugs they had purchased and wanted him to correct the problem.
Naves arraigned to meet two of the callers and later met with two other callers elsewhere.
Naves and other officers arrested were Sandra Davis of Statesville, Henry Cloer of Granite Falls, Jermiere Walker of Granite Quarry, and Pamela Henderson. It was not clear if they have lawyers.
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