GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – A Farmville man was sentenced to no less than nearly two years in prison after pleading guilty to selling cocaine.
The Pitt County District Attorney’s Office said Thursday that 44-year-old Marty Dehanen Streeter was sentenced on March 10th.
“Streeter is currently in the custody of the Department of Corrections serving an active time of 22 to 36 months,” commented Assistant District Attorney Jay Saunders.
Streeter’s conviction follows Farmville Police Department Detective J.L. Tyndall and the Greenville Regional Task Force initiating an investigation which led to Streeter’s arrest. The office said controlled purchases were made on February 28, 2014 and February 19, 2014 from Streeter.
“This is another example of good police work,” said District Attorney Kimberly Robb. “Our Office reiterates to our community, we shall use our statutory tools given in our tool box to maintain safety and peace within our communities. Criminals beware!”