A Rowan County man was arrested for charges related to receiving drugs through the mail and having a clandestine laboratory inside his home.
The package, which contained Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), originated from Canada.
The package was delivered to 25-year-old Jacob Elliot Errante from a home on Spence Drive in Salisbury.
Deputies said that after taking the delivery of the package, investigators from the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office, assisted by investigators with the United States Department of Homeland Security Investigations, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) and the Salisbury Police Department, executed a search warrant at the home.
Found inside the postal package were 100 dosage units of LSD on blotter paper, according to deputies.
Investigators located a clandestine drug laboratory in the kitchen of the home, deputies said.
Deputies said the laboratory was used to extract N, N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a Schedule I controlled substance.
DMT is a psychedelic drug extracted from tree bark and plants, primarily found in Mexico, South America and Asia.
The SBI’s Clandestine Laboratory Response Team processed the laboratory, with the clean-up costs being paid by Rowan County, deputies said.
Errante has been was charged with trafficking LSD by possession and felony maintaining a dwelling. His bond was set at $50,000.
Errante will also be charged with manufacturing DMT and possess with intent to sell/deliver DMT.