Two arrested on drug charges in Craven County - WNCT

Two arrested on drug charges in Craven County

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NEW BERN, N.C. - Two people in Craven County have been arrested and charged with trafficking cocaine among other charges.

John Paul Carr and Jeanette Lynn Felder were both arrested 01/13/2014 on narcotics charges.  The Craven County Narcotics Unit with the assistance from other local agencies completed the investigation which resulted in a search warrant being conducted at their residence of 2660 Hwy 101, Havelock.  During the search warrant, illegal narcotics were located which supported the charges of Trafficking in Cocaine, Possession with the intent to sell/Deliver a controlled substance and other related drug charges.

Both John Carr and Jeanette Felder were placed under a $40,00 secured bond, and both have bonded out of custody.
First appearance was scheduled for January 14, 2014 in the Craven County District Court.  

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