Friday 20 Oct 2017

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Goldsboro Man Allegedly Caught With 3,000 Heroin Doses

Bond is set at $1 million secured for a Goldsboro man arrested in a drug-dealing investigation. 26-year old Antonio J. Parker faces charges of 3rd Level Trafficking in Heroin, 1st Level Trafficking in Methamphetamine, and Possession with Intent to Sell Marijuana.  Parker was arrested Tuesday as the result of an investigation into his alleged illegal drug activities.  Search warrants were executed at two properties on Lime Street in Goldsboro, where officers allegedly found approximately three ounces of crystal methamphetamine, four ounces of high-grade marijuana, and 60 grams of heroin.  The amount of heroin was equivalent to 3,000 individual dosage units, and the drugs seized had a potential total street value of nearly $70,000.  The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the investigation is ongoing and may result in further arrests.

Antonio Javon Parker

14 Comments

  1. JD Smith says:

    I would not bring a foriegn exchange student here. It would not be fair to the student.

    Reply
  2. YGTBSM! says:

    If these poison peddlers were to face a firing squad shortly after conviction, this problem might go away. Rehab the nickel + dime dealers, but heavyweights need to face the squad. None of them care if their customers live or not.

    Reply
  3. kialboots says:

    Like I said before,” the new jail will be too small within a year”..

    Reply

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