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40 people charged in Wayne County drug trafficking case

Posted January 28, 2009

— The Goldsboro/Wayne County Drug Squad and the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team from the sheriff’s office charged 40 people on Monday with 106 offenses, mostly related to drug trafficking.

Authorities caught and arrested 16 of the 40 people. Those arrested range from the street-level dealers to higher-level traffickers, according to officials. Authorities said they seized marijuana, cocaine, heroin, several prescription narcotics and several firearms.

Of the 106 charges, 95 were felony drug offenses. Of the 95 felonies, 42 were high-level trafficking offenses and nine were firearm offenses.

Those arrested were:

  • Jose Guadelupe Aguilar-Huerta
  • Donald Ray Armstrong
  • Michael Collie
  • Hattie Darden
  • Robert (Robbie) Daughtry Jr.
  • Tony Geigher
  • Brodie Kornegay
  • Ricky Kornegay Jr.
  • Letarcha Mcghee
  • Travis Antonio Murray
  • Roberta Perry
  • Keondra Richardson
  • Joel Sicairos Rivera
  • Decarlo Russell
  • Jeffery Devon Williams
  • Terry Hunter

Authorities did not announce the defendants home towns.


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  • WRAL is joe_dirt Jan 28, 2009

    Can thehy collect unemployment compensation now that they're out of work?

  • brothainnc Jan 28, 2009

    no matter how many "bust" there are , the drugs dont stop. why bust the street dealers and not their source. this war on drugs is so fake.

  • dko Jan 28, 2009

    Goldsboro courts are a joke and not a funny one. When you have warrants out for you, you go to court and they let you go knowing there are warrants out for failure to appear because the probation officer is not there It is so stupid

  • gratefultoGOD Jan 28, 2009

    I live in Goldsboro and am amazed at how much of this action comes from Southern Wayne area... do hope it can hault... and one day stop.

  • celticsubnoize Jan 28, 2009

    bs101fly --

    i'm with you

  • seaturtles246 Jan 28, 2009

    I'm with you twc!

  • bs101fly Jan 28, 2009

    too bad, it's HIGH TIME we legalize a few things and stimulate the depression!

  • twc Jan 28, 2009

    Now if only we can find a few judges who will do their duty!!!