Two Beaufort County Brothers Busted On Coke, Pot Charges

Two Beaufort County brothers are in jail after deputies say they were selling drugs in the Belhaven and Pantego areas.

Wilbert Oneal was charged with three counts of possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Anthony Oneal was charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both men live on Highway 99 in Pantego.

Deputies say after getting a Crime Stoppers complaint, they conducted surveillance of the two brothers. On Thursday they approached Wilbert Oneal's GMC Denali that was being operated his younger brother. After searching the SUV, they found 8 grams of marijuana, 6 grams of cocaine and digital scales.

Wilbert Oneal's bond was set at $75,000, while Anthony Oneal was placed in jail on a $10,000 secured bond.


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  • by Wouldn't You Like 2 Know Location: Belhaven on May 10, 2010 at 04:42 PM
    1st off.. I knew them both. I am not a user or dealer. I do know that Will is and always will be a good father 2 his little girl no matter what he choice 2 do. He is decent person and so is his brother. I don't condone what they have done but I do want people to be aware that these 2 guys are not monsters and try to get by everyday like us all. It is a shame though that when things like this happens, people like to shut these people out rather than helping them. We all are god's children! We ALL have black sheep in our families, I don't care who you are! As 4 the comment about selling drugs 2 kids.. I can say that I have never heard of any of these 2 doing such a thing so before you make those comments, get the facts straight & stop assuming on people you have never met!
  • by trinity on May 4, 2010 at 05:51 PM
    god is a forgiving god why can't we
  • by Confused w/this world Location: ??? on Apr 29, 2010 at 11:53 PM
    @Anonymous in Va,you said that I was probably drugged up when I submitted this comment.Thank God I can say 38 yrs and never been a drug user and yes I have God's DNA in me.So as said before maybe you need help on your spelling,contact me I do after school tutoring.As I said everyone knows someone who has committed a crime, so why down these 2 so hard?No one is perfect and I am sure you definitely aren't a saint just by looking at your words.Have a blessed life.
  • by Sensible Location: NC on Apr 28, 2010 at 07:50 AM
    Good people don't sell drugs... period.
  • by ANONYMOUS Location: Pantego/Belhaven on Apr 27, 2010 at 07:39 AM
    @Anonymous in VA. Yes they are good people. They take care of their kids, and they help out. Sellin' drugs to kids....no!! and u know it's funny how you're judging them but haven't took a look in the mirror at yourself sweetheart. They did what they did yes. That still doesn't mean they're not good people. I'm pretty sure you have a lot of friends thats drug dealers. I really wouldn't doubt it. They're like brothers to me. Everyone does make mistakes, thats why we learn from them and not repeat them. BTW you spelled G-U-A-R-N-T-E-E and S-H-O-U-L-D wrong. WHO'S THE IDIOT NOW?? YEAH EXACTLY WHAT I THOUGHT. YOU AREN'T EVEN IN NC, SO MIND YOUR BUSINESS. DONT WORRY ABOUT WHATS GOIN' ON DOWN HERE!! ITS HAPPENIN IN VA TOO DUH!! YOU NEED TO GO GET H-O-P (HOOKED ON PHONICS). IF YOU'RE GONNA CHEW SOMEONE OUT SPELL THE WORDS CORRECTLY IS ALL I'M SAYING!!
  • by dora on Apr 27, 2010 at 06:06 AM
    well let me ask a question? Are these guys hero's. NO. They broke the law and they got caught. End of story! NO sympathy for them here. TO LIVI and Latoya, we understand that you care about them. NO one is saying you should'nt. And yes, there are lots more who are doing the same things and yes they need to be caught also. YES, I have to say I am glad they got caught and I hope more do. Yes, the family should care about them and if I were in the situation I would still care about them no matter what wrong they did. IT's OK to care for them. . .but again, they broke the law and I am glad they got caught. Sorry!
  • by ? on Apr 27, 2010 at 02:41 AM
    Hey! Just a thought,use there drug money to pay for your Wasington Power Bill.
  • by I was there Location: there on Apr 26, 2010 at 04:21 PM
    People act like this is a choir boy and this is his first offense ,get real and he did the crime selling drugs and now he is the poster child of "Why Are You Picking On Me" The cops have been after him for at least 5 years or more . I am just disappointed it took them so long.
  • by worried? Location: belhaven on Apr 26, 2010 at 11:07 AM
    2 down half the country 2 go :(
  • by Anonymous Location: virginia beach on Apr 26, 2010 at 03:52 AM
    @judge ye not, your an idiot,when you come down from whatever high your on, give yourself two days then read your post. @confused with this world, your as well an idiot, I am going to guess you are a friend of the accused and probably write your article while jacked up on cocaine, thinking that everyone is out to get you and coming up with your own conspiracies. @ anonymous writing about these are good people, how so? have they volunteered at the local soup kitchen? have they started a community outreach program(besides selling coke to kids) have they done a tour of service for this great country, I garauntee you not. YOU ARE ALL IDIOTS, AND SHOOULD BE JAILED ALONG WITH THE IDIOTS IN THE PHOTOS ABOVE FOR BEING SO STUPID.
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