Man from Ga., woman from Zebulon face charges of trafficking in ecstasy

From staff reportsJune 26, 2013 

Princeton Wayne Bellamy


— Police filed drug-trafficking charges Tuesday night against a Zebulon woman and a man from Winder, Ga., who they accused of possessing and transporting ecstasy, known by its chemical acronym MDMA.

Warrants accuse Princeton Wayne Bellamy, 40, of 284 Fixdale Court in Winder of three counts of trafficking in ecstasy, one county of conspiring to traffic in it and one count of possession of cocaine with the intent to sell or distribute that.

Police said Bellamy had 161 dosage units of ecstasy on one occasion and 121.5 doses a day later.

The conspiracy charge cites D’Angela Daisa Monk, 31, of 109 E. Judd St. in Zebulon.

The cocaine charge involves 1.9 grams of that drug that police said Bellamy had.

Monk was accused of conspiring with Bellamy and with two counts of trafficking in ecstasy.

Police arrested Monk after question at headquarters at 6716 Six Forks Road.

Bellamy was taken into custody at a Quality Inn, an arrest report said.

Bellamy was being held in lieu of $500,000 bail and Monk in lieu of $100,000, and both were scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.

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