Sunday 29 Mar 2020


Absconder Roundup Leads To Drug Charges

Four people are arrested as Wayne County authorities crack down on probation and parole absconders. On Monday, the Wayne County Sheriff’s ACE Team assisted the North Carolina Department of Public Safety (Probation/Parole) in conducting an absconder roundup.  During the operation, 30-year-old William B. Barnes of Pikeville, 26-year-old Autumn F. Burlingame of Pikeville, 26-year-old Brenda N. Powell of Dudley, and 48-year-old Amanda L. Varner of Goldsboro were arrested for absconding.  During the arrests, the four individuals were allegedly found in possession of controlled substances.  Barnes, Burlingame, Powell, and Varner were charged by the sheriff’s office for various drug charges.

William Brad Barnes
CHARGES:
Possession of Methamphetamine,
Possession Drug Paraphernalia
BOND: $5,000 Secured

Autumn Faye Burlingame
CHARGES:
Possession of Methamphetamine,
Possession Drug Paraphernalia
BOND: $5,000 Secured

Brenda Nicole Powell
CHARGES:
Possession of Methamphetamine,
Possession of Marijuana up to ½ Oz
BOND: $5,000 Secured

Amanda Leigh Varner
CHARGES:
Possession of Heroin,
Possession Drug Paraphernalia
BOND: $3,000 Secured

 

8 Comments

  1. bigbob says:

    It looks like it a big joke the them do they would stop. Brenda is all broken up because she was on probation. Not looking good for her. All of them have records. I think BP should take them home to dinner and good talking too. That pic looks like pure Evil.

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  2. just dave says:

    Bless her heart, Brenda is all broken up about it,

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  3. Jones says:

    Well at least one of them looks remorseful…

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  4. Poor babies says:

    Well,Well,Well.These people are pathetic scum. If you value your family and your own well being,STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE!!!!!

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  5. BP says:

    These are someone’s children. One could be yours. It is sad, not a time for jokes. Drugs are a horrible trap. But for God’s Grace, it could be you or I.

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    • Zeke says:

      I’m not joking. It will never be me. Drug addiction is a choice so don’t make it anything to make people feel sorry for them.

      Reply
  6. Zeke says:

    I really never believed in the walking dead but I’m now a believer.

    Reply
  7. bigbob says:

    I know one could get a job as stunt double for walking dead just send their pic in.

    Reply

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