DUPLIN COUNTY, NC (WITN) – A kilo and a half of suspected power cocaine was found in a drug bust involving deputies from three Eastern Carolina counties.
The raid happened at a home on Maysville School Road in the Beautancus area of Duplin County for what deputies called an intensive drug trafficking organization.
Found inside three axles of a tractor trailer parked near the rear of the double wide mobile home, as well as inside the home, was a kilo and a half of what appeared to be cocaine. Deputies also seized a large amount of cash.
Victor Rojas, who lived at the home, was charged with two counts of trafficking in powder cocaine, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver powder cocaine, maintaining a dwelling place to keep a controlled substance, and conspire to traffic in powder cocaine.
Juan Hernandez-Garcia of Laredo, Texas, Luis Hernandez of Arlington, Texas, and Eleazar Pena of Laredo, Texas were all charged with the same crimes.
All four men were put in the Duplin County jail on $235,000 secured bonds.
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