4 held on $2M bonds after Pitt sheriff seizes 2 kilos of uncut cocaine
The Pitt County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday said it charged four men with cocaine trafficking after buying more than two kilograms of the drug from them.Posted — Updated
Detectives with the sheriff's office arrested the four men after a two-month-long investigation in the county. Authorities seized 2,204 grams of uncut cocaine, according to a news release, that was bought through the investigation.
The men arrested are:
–Francisco Antonioa Fierro-Benitez, 30, was charged with two counts of trafficking in cocaine by sell/deliver and maintaining in vehicle.
–Moncerrato Ledezma-Belmares, 44, was charged with two counts of trafficking cocaine by sell/deliver.
–Jaime Anguino Salazar, 44, was charged with two counts of trafficking cocaine by sell/deliver and possession of controlled substances inside jail premises.
–Jaime Andres Aguino-Salazar, 25, was charged with two counts of trafficking in cocaine by sell/deliver and felony possession of cocaine.
All four men were being held on $2 million secured bonds.
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