Drug Task Force Arrests Two, 100 Bags Of Heroin Seized

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Detectives with the Greenville Regional Drug Task Force said they have taken two drug dealers and 100 bags of heroin off local streets.

Officials said they had information Marcus Harris, 21, of Greenville, was selling heroin around the western part of Greenville.

On Tuesday, detectives said they arrested the alleged drug dealer along with 16-year-old Darius Mayo, and seized 100 bags of heroin during their operation.

Both Greenville men were put in the Pitt County Detention Center and charged with possession with intent to sell or deliver heroin.

Mayo's bond was set at $5,000 and Harris' at $200,000. Officials said Harris was already out of jail on bond when he was re-arrested on the new charges.

The Greenville Regional Drug Task Force is comprised of investigators from the Pitt County Sheriff Office, Greenville Police Department, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, Farmville Police Department, and Winterville Police Department.

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