‘Major’ Triad drug trafficking operation dismantled; 11 arrested; drugs, money, guns, cars seized

Eleven people are in jail on drug trafficking charges following a six-month review by a State Bureau of Investigation and several other Triad-area law coercion agencies.

Multiple hunt warrants were executed overnight Tuesday, Dec. 14 and Friday, Dec. 15 in Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, and Lexington. In further to a arrests, authorities seized 8 kilos of cocaine, 11 kilos of heroin, 50 pounds of marijuana, $171,000 in money, 6 firearms, a 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, a 2015 Rolls-Royce Wraith and mixed pieces of valuables appraised during $426,000.

“This six-month review disrupted and distant vital drug trafficking organizations,” pronounced Scott Williams, special representative in assign of SBI’s Northern Piedmont District Office. “The operation demonstrated unusual team-work among law coercion agencies that led to an rare volume of heroin seized for a areas involved.”

“These agencies not usually contributed, though dedicated mixed officers to a accumulation of tasks via this operation that resulted in a intrusion and dismantling of a vital drug trafficking operation,” Williams said. “As a outcome of a success of this operation, a collaborative bid between law coercion agencies will continue and be a plans as to how a SBI combats vital drug trafficking organizations in a future.”

The following people were charged in a operation:

  • Jaquate Simpson, 33, of Greensboro: 2 depends of trafficking marijuana, 2 depends of trafficking cocaine, 2 depends of trafficking in opium/heroin, 1 count of collaborate trade opium/heroin
  • Penny McCrimmon, 35, of High Point: 2 depends of trafficking marijuana, 2 depends of trafficking cocaine, 2 depends of trafficking in opium/heroin, 1 count of collaborate trade opium/heroin, 1 count of progressing vehicle/dwelling place
  • Whitney Ware, 31, of Greensboro: 1 count of progressing vehicle/dwelling place; 1 count of trafficking in cocaine
  • Marcus Crouch, 36, of Greensboro: 1 count of progressing vehicle/dwelling place, 1 count of PWISD cocaine, 1 count of PWIMSD marijuana
  • Brian Tate, 32, of Greensboro: 1 count of progressing vehicle/dwelling place, 1 count of trafficking cocaine, 1 count of sell/deliver cocaine
  • Joshua Wallington, 27, of Greensboro: 1 count of possession of stolen firearm, 1 count of say vehicle/dwelling place, 1 count of trafficking cocaine
  • L’Darron Gary, 31, of Greensboro: 1 count of possession marijauna
  • Eric Crawford, 58, of Greensboro: 1 count of collaborate trade opium/heroin
  • Adolfo Medel, 28, of Winston-Salem: 1 count of trafficking in cocaine
  • Viviano Quinterio Valentin, 31, of Winston-Salem: 1 count of collaborate trade in cocaine
  • Jarvis Powell, 35, of Greensboro: Charged and found guilty of say vehicle/dwelling place, and trafficking by ride some-more than 200g of cocaine

WATCH: Wednesday’s press discussion with authorities

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