Deputies Inmate gets mom two others to sell cocaine to pay his

first_img On January 5, detectives stopped a vehicle on Burkhead Street in Whiteville. The vehicle belonged to George, Blanks’s mother. Frink was in the vehicle, too, and was found with a little more than 27 grams of cocaine.On January 12, George, Frink and Sutton were arrested. Blanks, who was still in custody at the Columbus County Detention Center, was served with the warrants for more crimes.George, of Clarkton, was charged with one felony count of Maintaining a Vehicle, Dwelling, or Place for a Controlled Substance and eight felony counts of Conspire to Sell/Deliver Cocaine. George is being held under a $90,000 bond.Related Article: Police: Man running from police left child to die in burning carFrink, of Whiteville, was charged with one felony count of Possession with the Intent to Sell and/or Deliver Cocaine and seven felony counts of Conspire to Sell/Deliver Cocaine. Frink is being held under a $35,000 bond.Blanks, of Clarkton, was charged with 17 felony counts of Conspire to Sell/Deliver CocaineBond. Blanks is being held under a $210,000 bond.Sutton, of Whiteville, is charged with two felony counts of Conspire to Sell/Deliver Cocaine. He is being held under a $10,000 bond. Top Left to Bottom Right: Stella George, Richard Sutton, Deron Banks, and Ashley Frink. (Photo: Columbus County Detention Center) COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The Columbus County Sheriff’s Office says an inmate called three people, including his mom, and told them to sell his cocaine in order to get money to post his bond. Now they, too, are behind bars.Whiteville Police arrested Deron Dewitt Blanks on December 14 for numerous charges. His bond was set at $425,000. Detectives learned that after being arrested, Blanks contacted Stella George, Ashley Frink and Richard Sutton and instructed them to sell his cocaine to get enough money to pay his bond. The investigation revealed that Blanks contacted the trio ten different times during December and January. Deputies say Blanks used the detention center’s phone to make those calls.- Advertisement – last_img read more