3 arrested in Aiken drug bust

Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010 3:07 PM
Last updated 3:49 PM
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Three Aiken residents were arrested following a drug bust Tuesday afternoon, according to Aiken Public Safety Capt. Wendell Hall.

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Edward DeFelice
Edward DeFelice

The bust was the culmination of a narcotics investigation that began in April.

Edward and John DeFelice, both brothers, and Mickie Moulton were charged after authorities uncovered marijuana and cocaine inside the DeFelice residence at 307 Chesterfield St., Hall said.

Authorities seized $9,600 in cash, a vehicle and "a good bit of cocaine and marijuana," Hall said. Exact amount of the recovered drugs was unavailable.

Edward DeFelice, 26, was charged with trafficking cocaine, possession of marijuana and possession with intent to distribute within a half mile of a school.

John DeFelice, age unknown, was charged with two counts of possession of marijuana and two counts of possession with intent to distribute within a half mile of a school.

Moulton, 30, was charged with possession of cocaine.

They are being held at the Aiken County Detention Center.

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211lover 12/01/10 - 10:39 pm
This guy hardly looks like a

This guy hardly looks like a kingpin.. more like a patient. At
Any rate trafficking in a school zone.. goodbye
Forever bud!!!

Onethingreal 12/02/10 - 08:15 am
Of course they're in the

Of course they're in the school zone - that's where the customers are.

Indigo 12/02/10 - 03:45 pm
They should have used a

They should have used a lawnmower for a quick get away.

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