Package Of Cocaine Delivered To Onslow County Home

A package of cocaine that was intercepted in Miami has led to the arrests of two Onslow County men.

Freddy Ceron and Miseal Lemus are both facing multiple drug charges, including trafficking cocaine by possession. Both are being held on $800,000 bonds.

Deputies say immigration agents alerted them to the suspicious package from Guatemala that was bound to Ceron's home on Crooked Creek Road.

With the help of the SBI, NCIS, Postal Inspectors, and Jacksonville police, deputies conducted a controlled delivery of the package on Wednesday afternoon.

Deputies say almost 12 ounces of cocaine was inside the package.


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  • by Anonymous on Dec 17, 2009 at 05:30 PM
    Merry Christmas!!!
  • by Sally Location: Greenville on Dec 17, 2009 at 02:58 PM
    An $800,000 bond is ridiculous considering that Billy Simpson from Chocowinity was only held on $50,000 and probably committed upward of twenty break-ins in Greenville last summer. Do the law officers who set these bonds realize that folks who buy cocaine do it on their own accord, but having your home burglarized is a violent crime? What happened to that loser Simpson anyway? Is he serving time? Am I getting my stuff back? Will I ever sleep through another night?
  • by anon Location: enc on Dec 17, 2009 at 08:03 AM
    Guess it's not gonna be a white Christmas for them this year.
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