Drugs Found in Man’s Belly Button During North Carolina Traffic Stop

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Crack cocaine and Percocet pills were found hidden in a man’s naval during a traffic stop in North Carolina last Thursday, according to a Greenville Regional Drug Task Force news release.


Randal Streeter was in possession of more than 150 bags of heroin during a traffic stop in North Carolina on May 29, 2014, according to a drug task force. (Credit: WITN)

A one-month long heroin trafficking investigation concluded when agents seized more than 150 bags of heroin and $1,200 from a vehicle driven by Randal Streeter, the release stated.

The 35-year-old man had crack cocaine and Percocet pills hidden in his belly button and was in possession of an additional 40 bags of heroin during the time of the traffic stop.

Under-cover agents had previously bought 150 bags of heroin from Streeter and seized more than 340 bags of heroin during the course of the investigation. The total cost of the heroin was about $6,800, the release stated.

Streeter had been selling large quantities of heroin from a local Econo Lodge, according to the release.

He was held under a $1 million security bond at the Pitt County Detention Center.

Marshall Wayne Wilson, 51, was a passenger during the traffic stop. He was charged with multiple heroin trafficking offenses and was held under a $75,000 security bond, the release stated.

Streeter may face prostitution charges in the future, according to the release.