Kinston Man Arrested For Drug Dealing

On February 10Th Lenoir County Sheriff’s arrested a man from Kinston for allegedly selling cocaine .

Right now Corey Hyman is in custody after investigators bought 293 grams of crack cocaine over a three month period from him. Authorities say the street value of those drugs is $29,300.

Hyman was charged with sixteen counts of Trafficking Cocaine and was placed in the Lenoir County Jail under a $2,000,000 secured bond.

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  • by ? Location: Kinston on May 5, 2009 at 09:05 AM
    This is to da police,if it wasn't for da informants,ya'll would have never been watching my cuz! Half of the time when a informant go run and tell sumthing 30% of it is true,and the rest is here say. So all ya'll people dat he looked out for, can keep running and telling! but 1 thing for sure and 2 things for certain,the police don't got nothing on him,but loose lips and dats not enough to stand in court. So informants,better luck next time cuz my cuzzo will be home soon,and officers please worry bout all the shooting going on insted of harassing the people ya'll have assumptions about cuz my family still gon be on top,FREE COREY!!!!!
  • by Strawberiwine Location: Kinston on Mar 18, 2009 at 07:43 PM
    This is to James. It's because they took two weeks to give him the opportunity to turn someone else in. That's the way the system works. As long as they can give someone else up the law will keep using them. When this person wouldn't be their narc, they took action then. But as long as the criminal works with the law he is above the law. I too have been accused of selling pot my house was raided on Dec. 1, 2005 noone was home, they came back on Dec. 16 to talk & see what I would tell them. But finally charged me on Dec. 22. After I wouldn't work with them. It's all in how u work the system. If probation worked like it was suppose to Eve Carson might still be alive.
  • by Petition Location: From Washington on Mar 17, 2009 at 07:54 PM
    How come two women that work 30 minutes from kinston get caught for a pot bust AT WORK(Family Dollars) Need I remind you. The point is that their street values were $30.000 more than Mr. Hymans. Why are theirs bonds less than 2million. Why are they out and he's not. I just don't think it's fair. All people should be treated equally.
  • by Anonymous on Mar 16, 2009 at 02:09 PM
    Lets try to focus on the sex offenders and the murderers. Yall let them out everyday to make room for "dealers" In this crazy country.
  • by Anonymous Location: greenville on Mar 9, 2009 at 10:39 PM
    To James. That's because people don't like the fact that we have a black President so the system is going to try to pile up alot of dirt on African Americans so that they will never see day light again. They're trying to find a way 2 put scandalize Obamah Wishing he fail as president because of his color.
  • by James Location: Snow Hill on Mar 9, 2009 at 10:26 PM
    Why was this man arrested on February 10th 4 a crime, But was told on the news 2Weeks later? If this was true then Y wasn't he arrested the 1st month if this was done over a 3Month Period?
  • by Anonymous Location: greenville on Mar 9, 2009 at 10:09 PM
    What! 2MILLION DOLLARS! That's Crazy. Is he a Celebrity or something?
  • by Anonymous Location: KINSTON on Mar 9, 2009 at 10:00 PM
    Ever since I have been knowing this man he has always helped others even when they didn't even have food to eat,or have a place to sleep. A lot of people would be sad to see him gone.He is so loving and careing. Everyone hates the fact that they got him under a 2Million dollar Bond like he's sum kind of KING PIN or sumthin, that's rediculious. You need 2 put these SEX offenders, Why do people go off of hear say?
  • by Cat Location: Gboro on Mar 3, 2009 at 11:29 PM
    Drugs are like Lenoir countys number one export..

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