Raleigh man’s bail is $1 million for drug charges

From staff reportsApril 17, 2014 

— A Raleigh man is held in lieu of $1 million bail on a slate of drug charges.

Greg Rekeil Caudle, 31, is accused of selling cocaine and marijuana to a police informant, trafficking in cocaine and having more than a pound of marijuana, among several other charges, according to arrest warrants.

Raleigh police filed two trafficking charges – both related suspected possession of between 28 and 200 grams of cocaine each – and keeping a GMC sport-utility vehicle for the storage and selling of cocaine, marijuana and “molly,” aka MDMA, the active ingredient in ecstasy, according to an arrest warrant filed Thursday.

Caudle also faces two felony counts each of possession, sale and delivery of cocaine on dates in March, arrest warrants state, and felony counts of possession of marijuana and maintaining a dwelling for the keeping and sale of marijuana, all dated Thursday, according to warrants.

Caudle’s listed address on arrest warrants is 3905 Joe and Ruth Lee Drive. He is unemployed, according to county records.

Caudle was held Thursday in lieu of $1 million bail, according to county records.

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