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Police find drugs hidden in man's belly button in Greenville

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Randall Streeter and Marshal Wilson Randall Streeter and Marshal Wilson
GREENVILLE, N.C. - Greenville Police arrest a man they say hid drugs in his navel.

May 29, members of the Greenville Regional Drug Task Force concluded a 1 month heroin trafficking investigation with an investigative traffic stop in Greenville. During the stop, agents seized over 150 bags of heroin in the vehicle and $1,200 in U.S. currency. A further search of the driver, Randall Streeter, was conducted and an additional 40 bags of heroin, along with crack cocaine and Percocet pills were found hidden in his navel.      
 
Agents of the drug task force purchased 150 bags of heroin from Streeter prior to the vehicle stop, during an undercover operation.    
                                    
The total estimated street value of the heroin was approximately $6,800.00 dollars.
 
Through the course of this investigation agents seized more than 340 bags of heroin. Through further investigative techniques it has been discovered that Randall Streeter has been selling large quantities of heroin from the Econo Lodge on 920 Cross Winds Street in Greenville. Streeter has also been linked through this investigation to numerous prostitution cases and future charges are likely.
 
Randall Streeter was arrested and charged with numerous trafficking heroin charges. Streeter is currently incarcerated in the Pitt County Detention Center under a $1, 000,000.00 secured bond.

Marshall Wayne Wilson, the passenger, was also charged with numerous heroin trafficking charges and is currently being held at the Pitt County Detention Center under a $75,000.00 secured bond.
 
The Greenville Regional Drug Task Force is composed of Law Enforcement Officers from the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office, Greenville Police Department, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigations, Farmville Police Department and the Winterville Police Department.
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