3 suspects arrested in Four Oaks drug bust

FOUR OAKS, N.C. (WTVD) -- Three people have been arrested Sunday night after an ongoing drug investigation called "Operation Crackdown." The investigation had been going on since early November.

Authorities said that after arresting alleged drug dealer Penny Renfrow in November, they developed additional leads.

Officers executed search warrants at three locations. Two were at Twin Oaks Apartments and the other was at Oak Park Apartments.

Officials arrested Christopher Conway Williams Jr., Jonathan Judkins, and Joseph Bell.

All three face numerous charges for possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana and maintaining a dwelling for selling and delivering marijuana. Bell faces additional charges related to cocaine.

They were taken to Johnston County Jail.

Our crew on the scene said authorities seized marijuana, syringes, pills, and other paraphernalia.

Police said there were multiple undercover drugs buys captured on video and audio tape which helped them secure warrants.

Chief Stephen Anderson said Four Oaks has a drug and gang problem and they have found a lot of gang members moving up the I-95 corridor from the Fayetteville area.

He also thanked law enforcement officials from Johnston County for their assistance.

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