NC woman accused of selling narcotics on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base

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GOLDSBORO, N.C. (WNCN) – A Goldsboro woman has been arrested and charged with selling narcotics to active duty military members at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office said.UPDATE: 2nd woman charged with selling narcotics on Seymour Johnson AFB

Roberta Ann McClure, 29, is accused of selling narcotics to airmen at Seymour Johnson while making food deliveries on base.

McClure has been charged with trafficking in opiates by possession, transportation, sell, and delivery; possession with intent to deliver Schedule II controlled substance; sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance; and conspiracy to sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance.

McClure was taken to the Wayne County Detention Center where she is being held under a $507,500 Secured bond.

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