Wednesday 11 Dec 2019

Two Arrested During Drug Task Force Investigation

Two people are arrested as authorities raid a suspected meth house in Goldsboro. Detectives with the Goldsboro/Wayne County Drug Task Force were conducting an investigation into the illegal sale of meth from a residence on the 500 block of Dail Street on Tuesday.  A search warrant was executed at the home and approximately three ounces of crystal methamphetamine and one firearm were located and seized.  33-year-old Chad H. Goodrich, Jr. of the residence was arrested during the operation.  Warrants were also secured on 22-year-old Elizabeth N. Bucio of Goldsboro and she later apprehended.  They were both held at the Wayne County Detention Center.  The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office says additional charges are forthcoming as part of the investigation.

Elizabeth Nichole Bucio
Trafficking in Methamphetamine,
Maintain a Dwelling,
Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon
BOND: $120,000 Secured

NAME: Chad Hall Goodrich, Jr.
CHARGE(S): Trafficking in Methamphetamine,
Maintain a Dwelling
BOND: $30,000 Secured
Contempt of Court-30 Days Wayne County Jail


  1. Bill Barnes says:

    Al Goodrich. Isn’t he part of the family who used to own the golf course?

  2. Un chavo says:

    Señorita Bucio: 22 years old and a felon? Selling meth in Goldsboro? Really?


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