MARTIN COUNTY: Operation Spring Clean 2010

It was operation "Spring Clean 2010" for Martin County lawmen on Tuesday. After a six month investigation on the illegal sale of drugs in Martin County, officers spread out across the county looking for 22 suspects.

The operation was spearheaded by the Martin County Narcotics Unit. By mid-afternoon lawmen had arrested 16 of the wanted suspects.

Here is a list of those arrested:

Brian Jason MacGray
13014 US Hwy 64 (Lot 28), Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana
Bond: $10,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Terrance Tyrone Fisher
210 Willow Drive, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana (2 counts)
Maintaining a Vehicle to Keep, Store or Sale Controlled Substances (2 counts)
Bond: $25,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Aundrea Lemar Wiggins
202 West Pine Street, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana (2 counts)
Bond: $10,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Jennifer Lynn Bond
305 South Watts Street, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Schedule 4 (Alprazolam) (2 counts)
Maintaining a Vehicle to Keep, Store or Sale
Controlled Substances

Bond: $10,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Jason Edgar Taylor
305 South Watts Street, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Schedule 4 (Alprazolam) (2 counts)
Maintaining a Vehicle to Keep, Store or Sale Controlled Substances
Bond: $10,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Kebrae Odero Brown
408 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana
Maintaining a Residence to Keep, Store or Sale Controlled Substances
Bond: $10,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Eric O'Neal Brown
218 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Crack Cocaine
Maintaining a Residence to Keep, Store or Sale Controlled Substances
Bond: $25,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Darquell Corbett Brown
Lot 43 H&W Mobile Home Park, Robersonville, NC

Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana
Bond: $10,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Janet Cox
1024 Claude Green Road, Robersonville, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Schedule 4 (Diazepam) (2 counts)
Bond: $20,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Bernadette Coburn
406 Everetts Street, Robersonville, NC
Charges: Trafficking in Opium
Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Schedule 2 (Oxycodone)
Bond: $25,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Standrick Demont Staton
200 Gatlin Street Apt. 43, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana
Bond: $10,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Sheldon Nathanele Theriault
100 West Green Street, Robersonville, NC
Charges: Trafficking in Opium (2 counts)
Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Schedule 3 (Hydrocodone) (2 counts)
Bond: $500,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

JoAnn Sawyer Beacham
1829 Lot 5 Prison Camp Road, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana (2 counts)
Bond: $10,000.00 secured
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Lloyd Matthew Bethea
708 Hyman Street, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession of Stole Firearm
Bond: $50,000.00
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Robert Louis Staton
116 Wilson Street, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana
Bond: $10,000.00
Court Date: 07-14-2010

Jermaine Stuart Clegg
North Carolina Department of Corrections
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Cocaine
Maintaining a Residence to Keep, Store or Sale Controlled Substances
Bond: In custody of the North Carolina Department of Corrections


Authorities are still looking for the following people. If you have any information as to their whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Martin County Sheriff's Office at 252-789-4500, Martin County Crime Stoppers at 252-792-8800 or the Williamston Police Department at 252-792-2124.

Cynthia Denise Robinson
500 Benson Drive, Tarboro, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana

Adam Yordial James
318 West Main Street, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana

Verna Mae Rodgers
157 Willow Acres, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana
Maintaining a Residence to Keep, Store or Sale Controlled Substances

David Earl Cox
3205 NC 903, Stokes, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Schedule 4 (Diazepam)

Jerrod Markee Wilson
121 Perry Street, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana
Maintaining a Residence to Keep, Store or Sale Controlled Substances

Devonta Earl Mayo
1166 Prison Camp Road, Williamston, NC
Charges: Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sale or Deliver Marijuana


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  • by M on Jul 8, 2010 at 08:04 PM
    Further more, removing these individuals just opens the door for others to be targeted. You see these individuals are replaceable. That is how the system works. Anyone who thinks this solves the drug problem in your community, will feel differently in a few months when its possibly someone they know or love that gets pulled in.
  • by M on Jul 8, 2010 at 07:59 PM
    As a human being, I am ashamed! Think about this.Drugs are an epidemic! It is so much bigger than those who were arrested. I think its important to take a step back and look at the big picture. We have young adults going away for years. Is this what will change them or the community??? The answer is, NO!!! You see many of them were young kids who just experimenting an got hooked or suckered into the quick (not easy)money. They have given up quite a bit living this life. Lets not forget how much their family and loved ones lost too. Jail for this type of crime is is not the answer and statistics prove it. No I don't do drug and have never been arrested. These are not excuses but the obvious facts of the world we live in. Let also be realistic. Not everyone is given the same opportunities,have the same support system or the same money available when they are in trouble.
  • by Anonymous Location: Tarboro, NC on Jun 11, 2010 at 10:10 PM
    Yall taking it a racist way. i was arrested in 2008 and was put on the news and in the newspaper and im white..get real and grow up..why does it always have to be a RACIAL THING? is that all yall know?
  • by Sam Location: Kitty HAwk on Jun 9, 2010 at 11:51 AM
    To angry citizen, as a WILLIAMSTON HIGH ALUMNI, I know for a fact that Williamston High has way more drug running than Bear Grass High, back when I was in school and I graduated in 1995. To X, as far as the vil, Jamesville is just as much of a vil as Robersonville is.
  • by Educated, Proud Black Civil Woman Location: Former Resident on Jun 7, 2010 at 01:25 PM
    We as blacks feel that our communities are being targeted. Racism will live forever. We can not change what they do but we can change what we do. God gave us the first step. (Black President) Now it is up to us to make the next step. Race is only an excuse being used. It use to work but it does not now. You want the cops to stay out of our neighborhood. Then stop giving them a reason to come in there. Yes all that you say is true. We are hardly giving job oppurtunity that we desire, some cops are evil doers and so are people. Be a role model for the children, there are other ways to survive rather than breaking the law. They give us a hard time so that we can become an inmate especially our young men. We as blacks have so much power now stop letting them take it away. God has the last say so what they say means nothing . Prison is another form of slavery that is legalin prisons. We need to read more. Learn your rights as a CITIZEN. It was and always will be BLACKS that make U.S. the U.S
  • by Rebecca Location: NC on Jun 5, 2010 at 12:54 PM
    Help us end the prohibition of Cannabis. www.nccpn.org. Sign the online petition TODAY!!!! Marijuana laws are unjust and need to be changed in NC. We are a licensed Org. working to pass HB1380. The Medical Marijuana Act. Here is the link to the NC petition. SIGN TODAY!! http://www.citizen-times.com/comments/article/20100605/OPINION02/100604021/Lobby-legislators-to-approve-hemp-medical-marijuana Make sure to donate to the NCCPN. It is money well invested!!! Follow us on facebook and Twitter!!!!NCCPN
  • by yes Location: mc on Jun 5, 2010 at 08:54 AM
    it simple.....kill someone- get another chance. do you understand.
  • by Justice Location: Martin County on Jun 5, 2010 at 07:43 AM
    Its simple,,,Sell dope ---go to jail!What about this do you not understand.
  • by x Location: x on Jun 3, 2010 at 07:36 PM
    don't get up here acting like you didnt know Williamston is call ill will or the will. robersonville is the vil. some of you all need to get a life.
  • by Angry citizen Location: williamston on Jun 3, 2010 at 07:04 PM
    To the BEAR4LIFE...who in the hell are "those people"..it's comments like this that make me mad as HELL. WIlliamston is full of racism, it's soooo sad how people refuse to CHANGE. Crime doesn't only happen in the BLACK COMMUNITY, but everywhere. BEAR GRASS HAS MORE DRUGS THAN WILLIAMSTON, BUT THE POLICE RATHER HARASS THE BLACK MAN AND OVERLOOK THE REDNECKS AND THEIR METHLABS. If you people want to point fingers, then point in the right direction. The police force make their arrests by using the black community, not their hard efforts or work...GET IT STRAIGHT!!! Like it was stated by another person, the police are the main ones putting drugs back on the streets. You people are more concerned with ENGLISH and missing the point about WILLIAMSTON'S real issues...THE COPS!!!! Get over your prejudice opinions and opened your eyes to what's really going on. This is why I am determined to better myself to fight for my fellowman. I really hate to bring race in this, but it's an issue!!!
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