Saturday 14 Dec 2019


Drug Task Force, DEA Raid Goldsboro Home

Heroin and cocaine are found as authorities raid a suspected drug house in Goldsboro. On Thursday, November 21st, detectives with the Goldsboro/Wayne County Drug Task Force and the Drug Enforcement Administration were investigating the sale of illegal drugs from a residence on the 400 block of Mercer Street.  A search warrant was executed at the home, leading to the discovery of over 350 grams of cocaine, about 45 grams of heroin, over 180 grams of marijuana, and one firearm.  The home’s resident, Lorenzo King, was arrested.  He faces charges including 2nd Level Trafficking in Cocaine and 3rd Level Trafficking in Heroin.  King was placed into the Wayne County Detention Center under a $2 million secured bond.  Additional charges are expected.

Lorenzo King
CHARGES:
2nd Level Trafficking in Cocaine,
3rd Level Trafficking in Heroin,
Manufacturing Cocaine,
Maintain a Dwelling,
Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon,
PWISD Marijuana,
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

2 Comments

  1. bigbob says:

    May be his brother.

    Reply
  2. Delta says:

    I didn’t know Snoop Dogg lived in Goldsboro.

    Reply

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