Saturday 21 Jul 2018

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Traffic Stop Leads To Meth Arrests

Three people are arrested for trafficking meth during a weekend traffic stop in Goldsboro. On Saturday, officers with the Goldsboro Police Department’s Selective Enforcement Unit stopped a vehicle on Royall Ave, and a K-9 unit alerted officers to the possible presence of narcotics in the vehicle.  24-year-old Alliyah S. Lewis of Goldsboro, 23-year-old Joshua D. Quick of Seven Springs, and 35-year-old Regina A. Rugkit of Mount Olive were arrested and charged with Trafficking in Methamphetamine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  Lewis was also charged with Possession of Cocaine.  According to the arrest reports, the suspects were found with over 160 grams of meth.  Lewis was held on a $210,000 secured bond.  Bond was set at $250,000 secured for Quick.  Rugkit’s bond was set at $500,000 secured.

Alliyah Shantelle Lewis

Joshua Damon Quick

Regina Ann Rugkit

One Comment

  1. Brenda R. says:

    Lord this breaks my heart. I changed Regina’s diapers and took her to preschool, she is such a sweet lady but got on the wrong path. She just got out of prison last July, she told me just before Christmas at how she had a job in the kitchen at NCCIW how the pan caught fire when she was frying eggs one morning and they put her in restrictive housing for 60 days, that she had made her mind up that she wasn’t going back to jail/prison. Her addiction is overpowering. I love you Regina, you’re better than this, please accept treatment if they offer it to you my sweetie pie.

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