A Wilkes County man has been arrested in one of the largest drug seizures in Wilkes in years.

The Wilkes Journal Patriot reports Daniel Ray Gilreath, 30, was arrested at his home and officers seized 5.33 ounces of heroin, three grams of “black tar” heroin, 30.8 ounces of methamphetamine, 3.65 pounds of marijuana, three grams of “crack” cocaine, prescription pain and barbiturate pills, 32 gallons of non-tax paid liquor, firearms, about $2,800 in cash and other items.

Capt. Craig Dancy heads the Wilkes narcotics unit and said the heroin had a street value of about $8,000 and was the largest amount found in Wilkes since 2011. The meth had a street value of about $47,000 and was the most found in Wilkes since 2010. The marijuana was worth about $12,000 on the street.

Also seized were four handguns, 10 long guns and a zip gun, plus a plastic tub of rifle and shotgun ammo, four sets of scales, two bullet-proof vests and an RF detector, used to detect surveillance devices.

Gilreath is charged with trafficking in heroin and trafficking in methamphetamine (third and highest level offense for both), possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana and maintaining a dwelling for keeping a controlled substance, and was placed in the Wilkes County Jail under a $100,000 secured bond.