Friday, April 06, 2007

Convicted Murderers Stepfather Arrested On Drug And Weapons Charges

Just days after seeing his stepson sentenced to life in prison in Sampson County Superior Court for murdering three people, Robert Faison is now in trouble with the law. The 51-year-old man faces drug and weapons charges. Sampson County deputies stopped Faison's Ford Explorer for a routine traffic violation. After detecting an odor of marijuana, officers asked to search the vehicle, and reportedly found over an ounce of marijuana and a .25 caliber handgun. Two weeks ago, Faison was in court when his son, Antonio "Bernie" Bell was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences for his role in the kidnapping and beating deaths of Jimmy Ray Turner, Randolph Carr and Carrie Faith Jones in November 2003. The victims' bodies were burned in a field in an attempt to cover up the crime.


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