Football Coach Charged With Selling Drugs At School

A four month undercover investigation has resulted in the arrest of a former instructional assistant and football coach at Goldsboro High School on drug charges.

Members of the Goldsboro / Wayne County Interagency Drug Task Force said they received a tip in August of an employee in Wayne County Schools selling narcotics on school property.

Officers said they identified 28 year-old William Bradford McIntyre of Goldsboro as the individual.

Following the undercover investigation, search warrants were served on McIntyre’s vehicle and residence on December 6. He turned himself in today (Wednesday) and was served with multiple felony warrants.

According to a press release, officers seized 4.18 pounds of marijuana, a firearm, undisclosed amount of cash, and various narcotics packaging and repackaging materials.

In a statement Wednesday night from Wayne County Schools, officials said McIntyre was hired in August 2018. He was placed on paid leave Dec. 6th. He resigned from his employment on Dec. 11th.

“The district is fully cooperating with law enforcement during its on-going investigation,” according to the Wayne County Schools statement.

McIntyre is charged with 20 offenses including selling or delivering a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, possession of a controlled substance, maintaining a vehicle for a controlled substance, maintaining a residence for a controlled substance, and carrying a concealed firearm.

McIntyre was given a $50,000 secured bond on the 19 felony and one misdemeanor warrants.

The investigation was conducted by the Goldsboro / Wayne County Interagency Drug Task Force, Goldsboro Police, and Task Force Officers from the US DEA.