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Newport couple accused of selling meth

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A Newport couple is behind bars, accused of selling Meth.

Deputies said they arrested 39-year-old Paul Jeranda Delgatto (aka Jeremy Delgatto) and 30-year-old Ashley Taylor Barr on Wednesday on numerous drug offenses.

The pair is accused of selling methamphetamine to undercover narcotics detectives on several occasions.

Delgatto was charged with three counts of Sell and Deliver methamphetamine, three counts of PWIMSD Sch II narcotics and two counts of conspiracy to sell and deliver methamphetamines. He's in the Carteret County Jail under a $30,000 bond.

Barr was charged with two counts of conspiracy to sell methamphetamine. She's in the Carteret County Jail under a $10,000 bond. 

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