Winterville Man Arrested In Wake County Drug Bust

By: April Davis
By: April Davis

A man from the east and another from Wake County were charged with trafficking cocaine following a joint investigation led by agents from the Division of Alcohol Law Enforcement.

Dishawn Goss, of Barefoot Lane, in Winterville and Eric Williams of Raleigh, were arrested in Wake County. Investigators seized approximately 1.5 kilos of cocaine, two ounces of crack cocaine, 1.5 pounds of marijuana, two vehicles, $60,000 in cash, and a firearm.

In addition to ALE, the joint investigation included the Pitt, Martin and Washington County Sheriffs' Offices and the Plymouth Police Department.

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  • by Ric Location: greenville nc on Aug 15, 2011 at 04:02 PM
    It's sad to see people that u grew up with get in trouble with the law like this. I know both men but me and Dishawn Goss grew up together. I hate he got into this trouble but the way things are in life now by it being so hard to make it in life and get decent enough job to support yourself and your family, maybe he was doing what he thought he could do to adequate support his family. i dont condone drug dealing at all but i do wish both men the best and i pray God will help them get out their trouble.
  • by Anonymous Location: roanoke-choe on Aug 4, 2011 at 08:21 PM
    It appears that people are happy to see someone downfall. We all have done wrong in life. Some worse than others. Whatever you are doing wrong or have done wrong in life don't forget it must sprout in some form or fashion. I know we have to be punished for our actions, but I hope these young men be able to get there lives in order upon returning home.
  • by TBONE on Jul 29, 2011 at 07:53 PM
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      by lisa on Jul 31, 2011 at 07:27 PM in reply to TBONE
      I wouldn't worry about the Mexicans. The true dealers are your every day white collars business men. What was NAFTA really about? What trade did Mexico have? We sent all of our factories and jobs to Mexico and the Mexican Government sent their drugs to us.(with our approval of course) Not a fair trade, but our businessmen love MONEY!
  • by david Location: bertie county on Jul 29, 2011 at 03:53 PM
    Holy cow a confused drug dealer !That easy money ,How many of our children are being destroyed by these people ? How many fathers and mothers and grandparents and other family members who don't do drugs and never have done drugs are suffering because of drug dealer's ! When you come home from work and things have been taken from your home too buy drugs by your own child or children, A drug dealer is a predator and should be put in the same jail cell as a child molester !The old saying is it is someone's child ,we are all someone's child ! BIN LODEN WAS THE LEAST OF OUR PROBLEMS,OTHER COUNTRYS DON'T PUT UP WITH THIS DRUG THING, Who wants too step up and do something about it before 2 generations of our sons and daughters are lost, Tired of crying and saying please stop, They can't stop on there on ! Something has too be done by the people with this drug thing.
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      by WiseOne on Aug 4, 2011 at 08:15 PM in reply to david
      You are so ignorant, I must say! If you train up your child the right way. You would not have to worry about them being on drug or selling. We make our own decisions whether its good or bad. Therefore we cannot blame a drug dealer for destroying people lives. If felons had an equal opportunity in the workforce, I believe it would alleviate drug activity. So next time, think before you comment.
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        by david on Aug 5, 2011 at 10:07 PM in reply to WiseOne
        IGNORANT, YOU ARE ONE OF THE PROBLEMS ! MY COMMENT WOULD ONLY MAKE A DRUG DEALER MAD ! Felons had opportunity in the work force before they became felons.>>>> So you think next time you comment
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        by people on Aug 11, 2011 at 04:33 PM in reply to WiseOne
        People can raise their kids the best they can, but when they get out in the world, they can get a hold of anything. So please don't say what your kids will and will not do. The richest kids are some of the biggest drug dealers in town. Look around...
  • by OurLilSecretFriend Location: Greenville on Jul 29, 2011 at 03:53 PM
    Technically the path he chose to travel is his OWN business b/c he didnt ask any of the ppl commenting on his lifestyle for a thing he handled his business solo! So therefore whatever the consequences bring his way he will handle the same way..head up chest out & SOLO like a real G...
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      by Anonymous on Jul 29, 2011 at 07:58 PM in reply to OurLilSecretFriend
      Like a real G, does that stand for gentleman or gangsta ? Oh yeah, when you say he handled his business solo does that mean it affects no one else ? Oh what a lifestyle he must of had !
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        by OurLilSecretFriend on Jul 30, 2011 at 06:06 PM in reply to
        G can stand for whatever you want to ASSUME but i knew him as a person so to me he was a gentleman. I never said his lifestyle DIDNT affect anyone else but @ the same time who held the gun to the drug USERS head to make the choice they chose to make? If society would give 2nd chances & give felons a job then he might wouldn't have choosen that lifestyle! Did his lifrestyle affect you??
  • by Truth Be Told Location: Matyin County on Jul 29, 2011 at 12:34 PM
    Honestly, not everyone has such an easy life, he was probably just a confused young man, instead of slandering him, pray for him and his family, this is somebodys child,and maybe this will help him change his life around.
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      by Truth Hurts on Jul 29, 2011 at 02:56 PM in reply to Truth Be Told
      Confused? No, I think he knew what he was doing....Or were you being funny?
  • by Concerned Citizen on Jul 29, 2011 at 12:28 PM
    Holy cow! That neighborhood where the Winterville guy lives is just around the corner!
  • by Redskins Fan Location: Fedex Field on Jul 29, 2011 at 11:44 AM
    WASHINGTON BABY! Stay Strong like that Burgundy & Gold!
  • by Begone Location: martin county on Jul 29, 2011 at 09:40 AM
    2 of many. How many do they have to get now. If they aint learned by now they wont. Rest assured if they get out they will be back to the game. Thanks LEO dectectives
  • by PoppaWasARollinStone on Jul 29, 2011 at 09:39 AM
    Don't just give a slap on the wrist for all the work law enforcement has done to clean up-how many lives have they ruined by these drugs-how many kids have gone hungry and without because of drugs-punish these people-make their punishment be some work too-no picnic!
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