Four Busted For Cocaine, Marijuana

Lawmen in Pamlico County say they have four suspects and a lot of drugs off the streets following a bust in Bayboro on Wednesday.

The Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit conducted a joint operation with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit Wednesday, in which they executed a search warrant at the Water St. home of Valace Carmen. Lawmen say they seized 90 grams of powder cocaine with a street value of $5,400. The bust also netted approximately 195 grams of marijuana, cash and eight firearms.

Four people have been arrested, including Valace, who is 60 years old. He is charged with Trafficking in Cocaine, Possession with the Intent to Sell/ Deliver Cocaine, Manufacture of Marijuana, Possession with the Intent to Sell/ Deliver Marijuana, Maintaining a Dwelling for Keeping/ Selling Controlled Substances, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Carmen's bond was set at $350,000.

Hubert Lee Monk, Jr., 43, of North Water St. in Bayboro, was charged with Trafficking in Cocaine and Conspiracy to Traffic in Cocaine. Monk was placed into the Pamlico County Jail under a $125,000 bond.

Conrad Miles Green, 42, of Midyette St. in Oriental was charged with Trafficking in Cocaine, Conspiracy to Traffic in Cocaine, Possession of Cocaine, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Green's bond was set at $200,000.

Ralph Clanden Monk, 59, whose address is listed as the same as Carmen's, was charged with Possession of Cocaine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Monk was placed in the Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office under a $25,000 bond.

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  • by c-had2anon@7:35pm Location: police state nc on Feb 19, 2011 at 04:21 PM
    Why arent you on a crusade against Pfizer? Wise up slow one.
  • by Good Point Eric on Feb 18, 2011 at 04:54 AM
    My point is, cocaine can burn up your life/body faster than nearly any other drug. I'd say alcohol is next in line, but I've not seen the long term effects of Meth. (I'm not attached to the drug scene anymore) Agreed, drinking can be just as bad and is legal...but in my opinion, it should be illegal as well.
  • by To Don't worry about it on Feb 17, 2011 at 05:22 PM
    You can't be serious. You must get a cut of the DIRTY DRUG money.
  • by No Name Location: Home on Feb 17, 2011 at 05:14 PM
    Just because there is a person in someones family doing something wrong, doesn't mean you have to judge them or call them names. When you think your family members are all "PERFECT", they're bound to do something wrong, and when they're going to be the first person asking for other peoples prayers as well. So "DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE OTHERS DO UNTO YOU"
  • by dont worry about it! Location: LONG GONE... on Feb 17, 2011 at 04:54 PM
    I'm with :)... This is a terrible situation. People should keep rude comments to themselves. Quick to turn their noses up at everything. All you see is what the news decided to let the public know, not the full story. These are decent folks that just got caught up in a bad situation. I am praying for these men and their families!!! If you don't know the full story, mind your own business.
  • by Anonymous on Feb 17, 2011 at 04:35 PM
    Its not a shame its a good thing to get these good for nothing drug dealers off the street, they need to stay in jail. Your prayers go out to these men, they are not men, they are drug dealing scum!
  • by :} Location: away from there on Feb 17, 2011 at 04:07 PM
    What a shame, wrong place wrong time. Unfortuanate situation yes it is. Prayers goes out to all the families involved and for these 4 men. To all locals: if you have nothing nice to say, or have no respect for the family that has to read this, mind your business, dont comment at all. We need to be here to give encouragment rather than bashing and talking about things we shouldn't be. (david)
  • by david Location: pamlico on Feb 17, 2011 at 02:26 PM
    heres the funny thing i know every single one of these people and no matter how much i told them to stop they wouldnt listen and now look where it got them. all i can say is thank god i stayed home who knows where i would be if i woulda went and seen them!!!!!!!!
  • by Jack Straw Location: schenectady on Feb 17, 2011 at 12:19 PM
    'a lot of drugs are off the street' - lol, yeah, a quarter pound of weed and a few ounces of coke puts a real dent in the drug market, i'd say about 10-15 people now have to make a second call to get their drugs, what a success, bravo police....
  • by eric here on Feb 17, 2011 at 11:16 AM
    Cocaine, meth and all the other drugs are being used by people who r going to use them. by what you said u will never use them illegal or legal nor will a lot of other people because of those bad effects the drugs cause. But smoking and drinking have been shown to have negative effects as well and because of that most people don’t do it or morality issues or for whatever other reasons. But a good number of people smoke and drink and take in large amounts of things that have been proven to shorten the life span of a person, but still they do it and the government gets their tax from it and stores get business. A drug is a drug is a drug, some have more adverse effects than others but all of them are done by someone. And I think it would lessen the amount of people in jail and be good revenue but don’t get me wrong I’m not saying go smoke crack cause its cool and fun it’s not but neither is smoking a cigarette and I know countless people who do even knowing it might kill them one day.
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