Save Money in this Sunday's paper

comments

Two convicted of meth charges in Catawba County

Two co-defendants were convicted of felony methamphetamine charges and sentenced in Catawba County Criminal Superior Court during the week of July 25, according to the N.C. General Court of Justice 25th Prosecutorial District.

Eric Goode, 39, of Conover, was convicted of felony conspiracy to sell methamphetamine and two counts felony possess/distribute methamphetamine precursor. Goode was sentenced to serve 59-71 months in N.C. Division of Adult Correction.

Charles Seymour, 37, of Morganton, was convicted of numerous felony drug charges including possession and transporting opium; conspiracy to manufacture and sell methamphetamine; possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver methamphetamine and habitual felon status, among others. Seymour was sentenced to 76-101 months in N.C. Division of Adult Correction and received a fine of $50,000.

Investigators with the Catawba County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics division handled the investigation of offenses they say occurred in the county in July 2011.

Assistant District Attorney Kyle Smith prosecuted the case and the Hon. Nathaniel J. Poovey presided over convictions.

Hide Comments

This affects comments on all stories.

Cancel OK

The Charlotte Observer welcomes your comments on news of the day. The more voices engaged in conversation, the better for us all, but do keep it civil. Please refrain from profanity, obscenity, spam, name-calling or attacking others for their views.

Have a news tip? You can send it to a local news editor; email local@charlotteobserver.com to send us your tip - or - consider joining the Public Insight Network and become a source for The Charlotte Observer.

  Read more



Hide Comments

This affects comments on all stories.

Cancel OK

The Charlotte Observer welcomes your comments on news of the day. The more voices engaged in conversation, the better for us all, but do keep it civil. Please refrain from profanity, obscenity, spam, name-calling or attacking others for their views.

Have a news tip? You can send it to a local news editor; email local@charlotteobserver.com to send us your tip - or - consider joining the Public Insight Network and become a source for The Charlotte Observer.

  Read more


Quick Job Search
Salary Databases
Your 2 Cents
Share your opinion with our Partners
Learn More