Monday, April 23, 2007

Selma Brothers Arrested For Trafficking Cocaine

Two Selma brothers were apprehended Thursday night less than 30 seconds after they allegedly sold two ounces of cocaine to an undercover Johnston County deputy. Juan Luis Cruz-Gonzalez and Edgar Alberto Cruz-Gonzalez, both of 535 Spindell Street , Selma , were arrested in the parking lot of Tractor Supply in Selma . The men face a combined total of 13 felony charges, including five counts each of trafficking cocaine. The men allegedly sold the cocaine for $1,200 to the agent, according to Sheriff’s Captain A.C. Fish. Both men are now in the Johnston County Jail under a $500,000 bond each.


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