Three charged in cocaine sale to Raleigh police informant

From staff reportsMarch 31, 2014 

— Police Saturday arrested the third of three men accused of felonies in a cocaine sale to an informant.

Oscar Dominick Waters, 29, of 2721 Big Oaks St. in Raleigh was arrested early Saturday morning on Pettigrew Street, records show.

Police charged Waters with conspiracy to traffic in cocaine, possession with intent to sell or distribute marijuana, possession of a stolen firearm and two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon.

Last Thursday evening, police charged Bryan Joseph Carr, 40, of 752 Fitzgerald Drive in Raleigh with four counts of trafficking in cocaine and conspiracy to do that. They said he sold the informant between 28 and 200 grams.

At the same time, they charged Rodney Maurice Hines jr., 23, of 1117 S. Blount St. with conspiring with the other two to traffic in the drug.

Carr and Hines were charged after questioning at police headquarters on Six Forks Road, records showed.

Carr was being held in lieu of $500,000 bail and Hines in lieu of $100,000 after court appearances Friday.

Waters was being held in lieu of $100,000 bail and was scheduled to appear in court Monday.

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