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Probationer charged with cocaine trafficking

A Raleigh man on probation for trying to sell drugs has been charged with selling cocaine to an undercover member of the Wake County Sheriff's Office vice squad, according to an arrest warrant..

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Tony Terrail Daniels
RALEIGH, N.C. — A Raleigh man on probation for trying to sell drugs has been charged with selling cocaine to an undercover member of the Wake County Sheriff's Office vice squad, according to an arrest warrant.

Tony Terrail Daniels, of 704 Hawes Court, Apt. A, faces three felony counts of trafficking in cocaine. He was being held in the Wake County jail Saturday under a $500,000 bond.

The warrant says that Daniels sold 55 grams of cocaine to the undercover agent on Feb. 3.

Daniels was placed on probation Dec. 2, 2009, after being convicted of felony possession with intent to sell, according to state Department of Correction records. He has two previous convictions for drug possession.

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