Thursday 19 Apr 2018

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Mother & Son Arrested On Drug Charges

A Wayne County mother and son are arrested on drug charges during a Wayne County Drug Unit surveillance operation. On November 30th, the drug unit was doing surveillance on the sale of illegal narcotics when they noticed a minivan pull into a parking space where nearby officers allegedly observed what appeared to be illegal drug activity.  During a probable cause search of the vehicle, officers report finding numerous items of illegal narcotics and drug paraphernalia.  56-year old Leslie B. Williams of Pikeville was arrested for Possession of Heroin and Drug Paraphernalia.  Her son, 22-year old Chance T. Williams, was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia.  Both were held at the Wayne County Jail with bond set at $2,000 secured each.

Leslie Brown Williams

Chance Taylor Williams

17 Comments

  1. Kelly tom says:

    What’s sad at one time she worked with Goldsboro police dept.as a patrol officer.

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    • WayneCoCitizen says:

      I may be wrong but I think that the father/husband also works on the police department or sheriffs department also. As a health care worker and mother of 5 young adults, I have had a run in with both of these two. She is a well known drug seeker and known for Dr. shopping and her behavior out in the public is a straight up embarrassment. And he has been unattended and unsupervised for years causing all kinds of trouble.. I am not surprised at all to see their names/mug shots here. I hope her husband (a representative of our law enforcement) will try to get his family help or either be done with them all together.

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  2. Tax Payer says:

    Dont blame the poor kid look how he was raised

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  3. Adamrothman says:

    The rotten apple doest fall far from the rotten apple tree.

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  4. Concerned citizen says:

    This family needs prayers and drug treatment. Criticizing them doesn’t change anything. If you have never dealt with drug addiction yoyrself or in your family count your blessings. I hope you never have to. It is horrible for everyone involved. Goldsboro as a whole has some real drug issues. I am thankful for the drug task force that seems to be taking real action. I hope the next step is a rehabilitation program. It is these addicts only hope and trusting in God to help them stay sober.

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  5. Zeke says:

    Pure trash. They both look like they have an IQ of around 70.

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  6. kialboots says:

    A new low. Mom and Son dealing drugs. We have reached a new low, one I would not have expected. Way to Go Goldsboro.

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  7. Anonymous says:

    10 weeks of basic training at Fort Benning would do this lad a world of good

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  8. BP says:

    Beyond sad. Such a terrible situation.

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  9. Marilyn says:

    She is a real Mother Figure. And for God’s Sake – get that hair out of them eyes!

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  10. gettin tired says:

    WHAT A PIECE OF WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This woman should not even be called a mother.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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