The following is an excerpt from an article on FayObserver.com:
Hardy could not be reached for comment for this story. A "No Trespassing" sign is posted on his wooded property.
"He won’t talk. He ain’t talking to nobody," said his father, Gilbert Hardy, who also lives in Cameron. "He doesn’t even want to talk to me."
If convicted of the opium trafficking charge alone, Hardy could face nearly six years in prison, at a minimum, said Warren McSweeney, a Moore County prosecutor. "It could be substantially more," he added.
A probable cause hearing has been continued to Dec. 2.
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