A Greenville man was arrested Wednesday on multiple drug charges after a traffic stop on Arlington Boulevard and Wall Street area, police said.
Myshaun B. Stanback, 34, of Greenville, was charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver heroin, trafficking opium or heroin, maintaining a vehicle, dwelling or other place for use, storage or sale of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance within prison or jail premises.
The Greenville Regional Drug Task Force concluded a month-long drug trafficking investigation that resulted in the seizure of a large quantity of illegal narcotics.
Along with the Greenville Police Department’s Emergency Response Team, they conducted a traffic stop in the area of Arlington Boulevard and Wall Street.
Officers conducted a search of the vehicle and said they found 27 grams of heroin, 21.2 grams of cocaine, 4 suboxone films and 62 illegal prescription pills.
Stanback was sent to the Pitt County Detention Center under a $1.1 million bond.
Additional charges are expected.
The Greenville Regional Drug Task Force is comprised of Law Enforcement Officers from the Greenville Police Department, Winterville Police Department, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, The Drug Enforcement Administration, and East Carolina University Police Department.