‘DREAMERS’ Caught Trafficking Methamphetamine In North Carolina

GREENVILLE, NC (WITN) – Four people from Georgia are behind bars in the east, accused of trafficking more than 11 pounds of meth.

Greenville police arrested Arturto Bahena, 27, Ana Karen Bahena, 25, Elizabeth Mondragon, 19, and Christian Toledo, 22, all of Athens, Georgia, on Wednesday.

They’re accused of trafficking more than 11 pounds of meth. Arrest warrants say both men were also carrying handguns at the time of their arrests.

Arturto Bahena and Toledo are being held at the Pitt County Detention Center under $1 million bonds, while the two women are being held under $500,000 bonds.

3 thoughts on “‘DREAMERS’ Caught Trafficking Methamphetamine In North Carolina

  1. We have a serious problem in NC. Cities are electing lawless sheriffs who have eliminated the 287g program and refuse to enforce existing laws. Charlotte is becoming a sanctuary city for illegal criminals.

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