Brothers charged in Goldsboro pharmacy robbery
Posted May 18, 2016
Authorities said that two men wearing masks entered Wayne Pharmacy at 2303 Wayne Memorial Drive at about 1:10 p.m. on May 8. The men were both armed with handguns and ordered all employees and customers to get on the ground before stealing an undetermined amount of money and pharmaceutical grade drugs, police said.
On Wednesday, a traffic stop on N.C. Highway 44 led to the arrest of brothers Edgar Angel Toledano, 20, and Jesus Reymundo Toledano, 19, both of Goldsboro on charges of robbery with a dangerous weapon and trafficking a Schedule I controlled substance. Jesus Toledano was also charged with a felony parole violation.
A third brother, Jaime Elias Toledano, 17, and Jose Louis Fanseco were also in the vehicle and were arrested and charged with trafficking a Schedule I controlled substance.
Police said the trafficking charges stemmed from evidence seized during the traffic stop. Authorities believe that the drugs found in the vehicle were those stolen from the Wayne Pharmacy earlier this month.
Edgar Toledano and Jesus Toledano were being held nder $300,000 and $320,000 secured bonds, respectively.