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U.S. Attorney’s Office
Eastern District of North Carolina

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Greenville Man Sentenced For Drug Conspiracy

NEW BERN - United States Attorney Thomas G. Walker announced that in federal court today, United States District Judge Louise W. Flanagan sentenced RANDALL STREETER, 38,of Greenville, North Carolina, to 141 months in prison and 6 years of supervised release for conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine.  STREETER previously pled guilty to these charges on March 10, 2015.    

The Greenville Regional Drug Task Force used a confidential informant to buy heroin from STREETER on three occasions in May 2014.  After the last purchase on May 29, 2014, detectives arrested STREETER and found STREETER in possession of heroin, crack cocaine and Percocet pills.  The  investigation revealed that STREETER was responsible for trafficking 9.12 grams of heroin, 70 grams of cocaine, 1 gram of crack cocaine and 2 Percocet pills.  STREETER faced an enhanced sentence due to his status as a career offender based on his prior convictions.  STREETER’S prior felony convictions include two counts of conspiracy to commit armed robbery, indecent liberties with a child, possession of cocaine and two counts of selling cocaine. 

The investigation of this case was conducted by the Greenville Regional Drug Task Force.  The federal prosecution was handled by Special Assistant United States Attorney Glenn Perry.  Mr. Perry is a prosecutor with the Pitt County District Attorney’s Office.  Pitt County District Attorney Kimberly Robb has assigned Mr. Perry to the United States Attorney’s Office to prosecute federal Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force criminal matters.  Mr. Perry’s assignment to the United States Attorney’s Office has been made possible by grants funded by the Governor’s Crime Commission. 

Updated July 14, 2015