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Two more drug suspects arrested by Task Force

SoVaNow.com / September 23, 2013

Members of the Halifax/South Boston Regional Narcotics and Gang Task Force has charged two residents to continue a spate of recent drug arrests.

On Sunday, Sept. 8 Wongee Boyd Williams, 24, of Joe Jackson Trail, Halifax was arrested by Sheriff’s Deputy W. G. Nunn on ten indictments — four for distribution of cocaine, two for child endangerment, one for possession of a firearm while in possession of cocaine, one for possession of a firearm while distributing cocaine, one for possession of marijuana and one for possession of cocaine. All were Task Force cases.

On Monday, Sept. 10., Theodore Jason Bradley, 29, of Brown’s Trail, Clover was arrested on eight Task Force indictments — three for distribution of cocaine, two for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, one with possession of a firearm while in possession of cocaine, one of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and one of possession of a Schedule I narcotic.

Bradley was arrested at Green’s Folly Golf Course by Task Force members with the assistance of South Boston Police Officer Sheng Song. Bradley was being held without bond in the Halifax Detention Center.

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