Friday 16 Nov 2018


REACT Team Makes Weekend Meth Arrest

The Wayne County REACT Team makes a weekend meth arrest. The Regional Enforcement and Crime Targeting Team was on patrol in the northern area of Goldsboro on Saturday.  A vehicle was pulled over for an equipment violation, and officers report the driver displayed signs “beyond normal nervous behavior.”  A K-9 alerted officers to the possible presence of narcotics in the vehicle, and REACT Team members report finding meth and drug paraphernalia during a search.  25-year old Brian C. McCormick of Goldsboro was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia.  He was left in the custody of the Wayne County Detention Center under a $1,500 secured bond.

Brian Clayton McCormick


  1. Kelly tom says:

    The problem is( the court system ) stop putting court cases off 1 to 2 years, have a 6 months mandatory trial date.

  2. Common Sense! says:

    Stop with arresting addict and acting like you have done something. When is law enforcement going to go after the large dealers.

    • gettin tired says:

      AGREE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • It's Not That Common says:

      As soon as some of these innocent users give law enforcement info on their suppliers. But thanks for all of the common sense. If you have information on the whereabouts of these “large” dealers, I am sure the the Sheriff’s Office would love to hear from you.

    • Joey says:

      I know of one person, a woman (family member) that has a cocaine charge against her and she gets a new court date every other month and has since 2014 when she was arrested

      • It's Not That Common says:

        That goes back to her attorney and the district attorney ( the court system itself). That has nothing to do with law enforcement charging her.


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