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The Daily Reflector

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Two Georgia men made first court appearances at the Pitt County Detention Center courtroom on Monday on narcotics trafficking charges, according to court records.

Adrian Alvarez Del-Pilar, 33, and Vincinte Vasquez-Ladeo, 38, both of Alpharetta, Georgia, were detained on Friday in Pitt County. They had more than 28 grams of heroin and a Beretta PX4Storm handgun, arrest warrants said.

Each man is charged with one count each of carrying a concealed handgun, trafficking opium or heroin and conspiring to traffic opium/heroin, the warrants said. 

The men were arrested by the Greenville Pitt County Drug Task Force. Details about the arrest were not available. Both requested court appointed lawyers. They are being held without bond privileges.

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