5 Arrested In Major Cocaine Bust

After a six month long drug investigation in Greenville and Wilson, officers say they have arrested five people and seized 1800 grams of cocaine worth a street value of $125,000 dollars.

Officers say the five arrested are linked to the La Familia drug cartel, a violent drug trafficking cartel based in the Southwestern Mexican State of Michoacan.

Pablo Hernandez-Carrera, 27 years old of La Grange was charged with trafficking in cocaine and placed under a $500,000 secured bond in the Wilson county jail.

Pedro Quiroc-Bernal, 27 years old, of Greenville was charged with trafficking in cocaine and placed in the Pitt County detention center under a $1,000,000 secured bond

Alcatar Ulas-Fisingur, 25 years, of Washington was charged with trafficking in cocaine and placed in the Pitt County detention center under a $200,000 secured bond.

Raul Alonso-Correa, 20 years old, of Bethel was charged with trafficking in cocaine and placed in the Pitt County detention center under a $200,000 secured bond

Rey David Rodriguez-Correa, 34 years old, of Wilson was charged with trafficking in cocaine in Wilson and Pitt county and placed under a $500,000 secured bond in both counties.

Members of the Greenville Drug Task Force, the Greenville Police Department, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office, the Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office, the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, the Wilson Police Department, the Farmville Police Department, the Martin County Sheriff’s Office, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, the Williamston Police Department, the North Carolina National Guard, and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration all contributed to the investigation.




 
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