Owner Of Construction Business Charged With Cocaine Trafficking

Bond is set at $500,000 for the owner of a construction business charged with trafficking cocaine.

Ronald Bea Senior, 54-years-old of Oak Street in Maysville was arrested after a seven month investigation.

Bea, who owns Bea's Construction, is said to have sold cocaine to police informants.

Bea was arrested and charged with numerous counts of trafficking and possessing cocaine.

At the time of Bea's arrest, a pickup truck and two dump trucks, along with over $30,000 were seized.

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  • by Huey P Location: Pollocksville on Aug 28, 2010 at 08:13 AM
    this is an old subject so i agree with big dog...regardless of how bad of a person you think this man is.. i hate to be honest with you in sayin arresting him and having him in custody only opens up a spot for small time drug dealers on the come up. So for all you wannabe "economists" and "drugologists" there will never be an end to the drug trade so you can take that rah rah hero nonsense elsewhere
  • by Rick Location: Greenville on Aug 26, 2010 at 01:07 PM
    Ant. I'm tired of hearing he inherited the economy and it's Bush's fault. Yes, he did inherted it, but he campaigned on fixing it and it's not any better than it was 2 or 3 years ago. So all this time it's still Bush's fault that people are still losing jobs. So I guess the Obama stimulus package should be the Bush stimuls package, and we should still say "Today, President Bush's administration in the White House" because apparently they are still running things since everything is their fault.
  • by Ant Location: VA on Aug 25, 2010 at 08:15 AM
    "Posted by: Anonymous on Aug 18, 2010 at 07:54 AM " "Um, construction business? There is nothing going on in that business! In this economy (thanks obama) you have to have a side job!!! " Anonymous...you have truly shown your ignorance. First of all, Obama is not to blame for the troubled economy. He inherited this disaster from the previous administration. Secondly, selling illegal drugs should not be condoned under any circumstances.
  • by Neighborhood Watch Location: Maysville on Aug 18, 2010 at 08:26 PM
    Ronald Bea Sr. is a drug dealer that finally got caught- after years of peddling poison to the citizens of Maysville and the surrounding area. His poison has ruined lives. Not just the users, or their families, but also the young men who turned to him for employment. Instead of mentoring them and helping them to get their education and insisting that they pursue productive lives, he put them on a corner and had them sell Crack. Nice guy! Defend him if you want to. He failed himself, his family and all the young people in Maysville.
  • by big dog Location: jville on Aug 18, 2010 at 12:45 PM
    First of all this happen about a month in a half ago they are just now putting it on the news-i wonder why o thats right he probaly wouldnt rat on anyone
  • by Sam Location: Kitty Hawk on Aug 18, 2010 at 12:18 PM
    To William of Raleigh, I hate to break the bad news there buddy, but the constitution is not much of a reliable source like it used to be. N.C. has done quite a few unconstitutional things over the last few years.
  • by Moderators Nightmare on Aug 18, 2010 at 10:10 AM
    NC constitution? Where did you find that in the state constitution? That's kinda like saying that all the money from the lottery is to go to schools. We already know that isn't happening. BTW, most of the D.A.R.E vehicles you see are either confiscated vehicles or bought from the proceeds of drug money.
  • by dxm Location: Washington on Aug 18, 2010 at 09:42 AM
    Let him go. The drugs were probably grown by the CIA anyway.
  • by William Location: Raleigh NC on Aug 18, 2010 at 09:14 AM
    Sam from Kitty Hawk, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but under the NC Constitution all fines and forfeitures go to the local schools.
  • by Sam Location: Kitty Hawk on Aug 18, 2010 at 08:45 AM
    Eugene, I'm sure that money you are talking about does not go to the schools. If it did, then Gov. Blondie would have not messed with the educational lottery fund. I'm 90% sure that money goes into increasing the income of these corrupt politicians at the state level. Regardless of where it goes, this man screwed up.
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