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Greenville men busted for heroin in Dare County

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MANTEO, N.C. - Two men from Greenville are behind bars, accused of trafficking heroin in Dare County.

38-year-old Nakia Lamont Thompson and 30-year-old Cleo Jamal Speight were arrested October 5 on NC 345 near Wanchese. Investigators say the pair had traveled to Dare County to distribute heroin.

Speight was charged with Trafficking Opium or Heroin, Maintain a Vehicle/Dwelling or Place to keep Controlled Substances,     Conspire to Traffic Opium or Heroin, and Possession with the Intent to Sell or Deliver Heroin. He’s in the Dare County Detention Center.

Thompson was charged with Conspire to Traffic Opium/Heroin. He’s also in the Dare County Detention Center.
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