RALEIGH — A Raleigh man with drug convictions that date to 2000 was being held on $1 million bail Friday after police charged him with trafficking in cocaine and opiates Thursday and with selling drugs to a police informant three times in March.
Arrest warrants charge that when police arrested Greg Rekeil Caudle, 31, he had between 28 and 200 grams of cocaine, between 4 and 14 grams of opiate drugs and about a pound of marijuana.
Caudle, who listed a permanent address of of 10708 Dehijuston Court in Raleigh, was arrested on Farm Grove Lane Thursday afternoon and was charged with maintaining a GMC sport utility vehicle as a place to keep and sell cocaine, marijuana and the party drug known as Molly.
Other warrants charged that Caudle had been using a house at 3905 Joe and Ruth Lee Drive in Raleigh to keep and sell marijuana and that he had sold cocaine to the informant on March 14 and cocaine and marijuana on March 26 and 28.
Altogether, the warrants contained 23 counts against Caudle.
State prison records show Caudle was given a suspended sentence and put on probation in 2000 after being convicted of cocaine possession.
He had several misdemeanor assault convictions and served some time in jail, then was convicted in December 2007 of several drug crimes and served 50 months in prison.
Courts were closed Friday for the Good Friday holiday, and Caudle was scheduled to appear before a judge on Monday. He was being held in the Wake County Detention Center.