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A Winterville man described by federal prosecutors as a local heroin distributor and a pimp was sentenced to 25 years in prison Tuesday after he pleaded guilty in December to federal heroin charges. District Court Judge Malcolm J. Howard. Following his prison sentence, Moore will be on five years of supervised release. Department of Justice said. Marine Corps bases. investigation revealed that Moore purchased heroin from a person in New York and used women as drug mules to bring the narcotics back to North Carolina, the release said.
witness statements revealed that Moore was frequently seen with firearms; and that he was in possession of both assault rifles and heroin in the hotel rooms and other locations he used to stash his drugs, the release said. investigation further revealed that Moore got the prostitutes he was pimping addicted to heroin to facilitate the distribution of the drug. pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin and possession of ammunition by a felon on Dec. 5.
Sheriff offices in Pitt, Craven and Pamlico counties, as well as police departments in Havelock and Jacksonville, assisted in the investigation. Attorney Scott Lemmon prosecuted the case.
Moore was serving a sentence at Maury Correctional Institute for trafficking Schedule I drugs in Onslow County when he was sentenced to federal prison. He was scheduled to be released in February 2018 before he was sentenced Tuesday to 25 years.
In 2010, he was convicted in Pitt County of common law robbery and possession with intent to sell Schedule II drugs. April 10: local government federal credit union debit card stolen from vehicle; investigation ongoing. April 10: Taurus International 9mm gun valued at $100 stolen from vehicle; investigation ongoing. April 10: rear door window of home busted out; $10 in damages; electric can opener, Scentsy wax burner, LL Bean book bag, UGG boots, pair of burlap Toms shoes, North Face raincoat, two pairs LL Bean Duck Boots, 10 DVDs, Costa del Mar Isabella sunglasses, 14 carat white gold National Championship cheerleading ring, 14 carat white gold class ring, 12 Sony PlayStation 3 games, Apple iPod Touch, two Sony PlayStation 3 controllers, Sony PlayStation 3, Kindle Fire HD, Toshiba Laptop and 40 inch VIZIO television, all valued at $640,
stolen; investigation ongoing. April 10: 32 inch Samsung flat screen television valued at $300 stolen from home; investigation ongoing. metal license plates valued at $35 stolen; one recovered; investigation ongoing. driver license, Wells Fargo Visa debit card, all valued at $25.52, stolen from vehicle; investigation ongoing. April 6: bathroom window sustained $250 in damages during home break in; no items listed as stolen; investigation ongoing. April 6: break in reported at business; no items listed as stolen; investigation ongoing. April 9: front door bent, door frame broken and door locks jammed during attempted break in at home; damages estimated at $500; no items listed as stolen; case inactive. April 8: license plate personalized with valued at $150 stolen from vehicle; investigation ongoing. Jan. April 8: bodily force used to break into home; French doors/frame sustained $200 in damages; two televisions of unknown make/model valued at $1,000 stolen; investigation ongoing. temporary registration plate stolen from vehicle; case inactive. April 8: HP laptop and 40 inch Hisense flat screen television valued at $650 stolen from home; case inactive. April 8: attempted first degree burglary reported at home of 18 year old woman; no items listed as stolen; no items listed as damaged; investigation ongoing.
1900 block East Fourth Street, larceny of motor vehicle parts reported; no items listed as stolen; case inactive.