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Slideshow: 12 busted, 14 still wanted in Kinston drug roundup

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KINSTON, N.C. - Kinston police and other agencies rounded up 12 men in a drug roundup Wednesday.

Their arrests stem from numerous drug investigations and complaints from town citizens.

Authorities say they most of the men have prior or pending narcotic charges.  The twelve arrested added up to a total of 22 felony warrants and 5 misdemeanor warrants.


Those arrested are:

NAME                           BOND                        CHARGES

Franshaw  Gooding         5,000                         PWISD Sch. VI
Kyle Tacinelli                  10,000                       Sell Sch. VI, Deliver Sch. VI, PWISD Sch. VI
Derrick Lamont Jones      5,000                         Poss. Sch. II, Poss. Sch. VI, Poss. Counterfeit Instr.
Detrale James                5,000                         PWISD Sch. VI, Maintain a Vehicle CS
Darryl Jones                   12,000                       PWISD Sch. II, PWISD Sch. VI
Chris Erlester Rhodes      12,000                       PWISD Sch. II, PWISD Sch. VI
Tysheem Mills                12,000                       PWISD Sch. II, PWISD Sch. VI
Corey Mills                     20,000                       PWISD Sch. II, PWISD Sch. VI
Deriante Rouse               5,000                         PWISD Sch. VI
Allen Lewis                     250,000                     Poss. Firearm Felon, CCW, R.O.D. (2 charges)
Nakita Coleman               5,000                        Poss. Sch. II, Poss. Drug Para.
Curtis Holmes                 5,000                        PWISD Sch. VI, Maintain Dwelling for CS, Poss. Drug Paraphernalia


Those still wanted are:  

NAME                                                     CHARGES

Damian Antwain Flowers                          Poss. Sch. VI
Javion Jerrod Phillips                                Poss. Sch. VI
Tykeem Williams                                     PWISD Sch. VI, Maintain a Dwelling CS, Poss. Drug Para.
Reginald Earl Williams                             PWISD Sch. VI, Maintain MV CS
Bernard Perkins                                      PWISD Sch. VI, Maintain a MV CS
Willie Sutton                                           PWISD Sch. VI, PWISD Sch. II, Maintain a Dwelling 
Crystal Smith                                          PWISD Sch. VI, PWISD Sch. II, Maintain a Dwelling for CS
Tevin Mable                                            PWISD Sch. II, PWISD Sch. VI
Demonte Olds                                         PWISD Sch. VI
Jemoy Poole                                           PWISD Sch. VI
Hubert Collins                                         Poss. Sch. II
Mario Locust                                           Poss. Sch. II
Simeon Meadows                                    Poss. Sch. VI, Poss. Drug Paraphernalia
David Lee Redmond                                Poss. Sch. II


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