Pitt County Sheriff: Men Busted For Trafficking Cocaine

Pitt County Sheriff Deputies say they have arrest three men for trafficking cocaine.

The suspects, Todd Tyson, Katrell Joyner, and Larry Edwards Junior were all picked up at 2501 Jefferson Drive in Greenville.

Deputies say at the residence they found, drugs, guns and money.

Additional information led to the search of a hotel room where more drugs were found.

The three men are being held at the Pitt County Detention Center.


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  • by Sherese Location: Greenville on Oct 14, 2009 at 08:02 AM
    Ppl should really watch what they say. I know all of these guys and they are not CREEPS, and to "whateva" they prolly didnt like yu either so oh well huh? And jus because they had nice cars dont mean that they were automatically purchased with drug money so dont ASSUME cause yu kno wut that does right? They are still somebodys family 1st so keep the comments under control!
  • by SHAME on Oct 13, 2009 at 06:06 PM
    this is a pure shame... why is it people have so much to say about other people's children but when it comes to their own they have a totally different outlook. CALM DOWN FOLKS...they did... they got caught....now they paying for it.. let the justice system do their job... These are still someone's family you are talking about here... BE EASY!
  • by Del Location: Kinston on Oct 13, 2009 at 04:34 PM
    Reality check if you really believe that white guys only supply meth then you are living in the clouds.The money, the big money is being supplied by white guys who are untouchable.They always were and always will be.White lower income guys do the meth while the respectable white guy supplies the Cocaine the Heroin and the weed.The cops pull in the low life white,black and hispanic while the real players walk free and easy.I wish when there s a war on drugs it is a real war but it isn't.
  • by me Location: Winterville on Oct 13, 2009 at 09:44 AM
    I happened to move here from out of state 6 years ago, not knowing a soul and have a perfectly respectable job...yea I have a lot of student loads, but it was well worth it! So...it wasn't "who you know" for me. How could any of you try and defend people that are drug trafficking? Oh yea, this one time, I knew a guy that went to prison for 1st degree murder, but he REALLY was a nice outstanding guy!!!
  • by reality check on Oct 13, 2009 at 04:56 AM
    reality check people..we are losing the drug war.as for you del, read a little further to the WHITE guy busted for selling pills. and not to stereotype but in this day and age for the most part: african americans are the primary distributors of crack cocaine, hispanics of central american marijuana, and whites of methamphetamine. as far as users go, there is no breakdown. it is every group of people from every background. these are the ones we need to focus on. focus on the demand side and the supply will fade away. until then the cycle will continue and there will be 100 drug dealers to take the place of every 1 locked up. there has been no "excellent" work done del. in fact, there has been nothing done except for maybe a few more mouths for us to feed in our prison system.
  • by Anonymous on Oct 12, 2009 at 08:59 PM
    reply to get real: your children will know that you are doing it for their own good. If it keeps them from doing the weed, and "alcohol", and any other drugs. I will do it again. Parenting is doing things that will not make you "popular" with your kids. I'd rather be hard on them here on earth, than to see their souls in hell. You can't be their friend and the parent, sometimes the Parent has to be enforcer of the laws. To many parents don't know where there kids are. Some are having sex in the back row of the movie theater. Stop blaming a parent for checking on their kids. We just need to agree that drug dealer (white, black, or hispanic) needs to be punished to the fullest extent of the laws of this country. We can pray for them to get right with God before it's to late. They are still God's creation, they just lost their way.
  • by del on Oct 12, 2009 at 06:53 PM
    Excellent work.Great to see more drug dealers off the street.I just wonder when some of the middle class white drug dealers will be up in court.You can't tell me that all drug dealers and couriers in Eastern NC are black and Hispanic,can you.
  • by cmawn noww on Oct 12, 2009 at 06:38 PM
    yeah i was just kidding. all drug dealers are creeps.
  • by whatever Location: greenville on Oct 12, 2009 at 05:35 PM
    I've worked with two of these guys through a local "dirty" agency. They are creeps!! I didn't like them then and I'm glad they finally got what they deserve. They did not try hard at all to get a real job. I wonder what's going to happen to those nice cars they drove around in. Bottom of the barrel as far as I'm concerned. I'm glad to see them off the street.
  • by cmawn noww on Oct 12, 2009 at 04:52 PM
    these guys are so nice, i cant believe what you all are saying about them! just because theyre drug dealers? come on! stop judging! just because theyre selling cocaine to your kids doesnt mean they dont have mouths to feed! shame on you!
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