A York man with convictions dating back to 1998 that prevent him from having a weapon was arrested Friday by deputies on drug and weapons charges, according to jail records.
The man was charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, possession of drugs with intent to distribute, and possession of marijuana, jail records showed Saturday. The man’s criminal record according to State Law Enforcement Division records includes conviction for assault, domestic violence, and escape from prison.
The York County Clerk of Court public index shows an attempted murder charge against the man was dismissed in December due to insufficient evidence to prosecute him on the charge. Jail records Saturday showed the man was being held on $10,620 bond. If you or a loved one is facing drug charges, contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower, LLP to consult with one of our criminal attorneys. Our criminal attorneys also handle many other types of criminal cases in North and South Carolina. We are licensed in both North Carolina and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.
Nine Charlotte men were arrested Friday on federal drug charges during an early morning roundup conducted by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department, according to the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina.
The arrests and indictment are the result of “Operation Enderly Park,” a six-month investigation conducted jointly by the DEA and CMPD to target an
All of the men, except one, had their initial appearances Friday in U.S. District Court and were detained, pending their detention hearings. The defendants charged with drug conspiracy face a statutory minimum prison term of five years and a maximum of 40 years, and a $5 million fine.
Contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower, LLP in North Carolina or South Carolina to consult with a criminal attorney about any drug charges. Our criminal attorneys understand the hardships facing criminal defendants. Our criminal attorneys want to help you or someone you might know with his/her drug case. We also handle other various different types of criminal cases in North Carolina and South Carolina. We are licensed in both North Carolina and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.d reduce violent crime in Mecklenburg County, with special emphasis placed on Enderly Park neighborhood in northwest Charlotte, the report states. The defendants were apprehended early Friday morning and were charged with multiple counts of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine, marijuana, and cocaine.
A man and woman were arrested this week after trying to fill fraudulent prescriptions for Oxycodone and Adderall at Rock Hill pharmacies, according to Rock Hill Police reports. Narcotics investigators were advised that a man and a woman dropped off fraudulent prescriptions at the Walgreens on Cherry Road and the CVS on Celanese Road on Wednesday, said the commander of York County’s Drug Enforcement Unit.
Police arrested the man and woman at a Rock Hill CVS, the reports state. In addition to trying to obtain “trafficking amounts” of Oxycodone, Brown said, they had other drugs with them in Rock Hill, along with Oxycodone. Rock Hill officers found the man and woman with 18 units of Alprazolam, “with the intent to distribute,” the report states.
Police also confiscated a blank prescription pad and $6,212 in cash incident to the arrest of the two. The man and woman are each charge
d with possession with intent to distribute near a school Oxycodone and Alprazolam, trafficking Oxycodone and possession of a prescription pad, according to police.
Criminal drug charges bring hardship and stress to any person. If you or someone you know is dealing with drug charges in North or South Carolina, contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower, LLP to consult with one of our criminal attorneys. We have criminal attorneys who want to help you and who handle many other types of criminal cases. We are licensed in both North and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.
Four men were arrested on drug charges after a joint investigation into a multi-county drug operation, according to the Union County Sheriff’s Office. Detectives with the Union County Sheriff’s Office arrested three men in the county, charging them with trafficking controlled substances and felony conspiracy. A fourth man was arrested in Moore County, deputies said.
Wednesday night, the Moore County Sheriff’s office contacted authorities in Union County after an undercover drug investigation there led to the arrest of a man from Union County. Subsequently, Moore County officers provided Union County deputies with evidence of drug trafficking occurring at two residences from this arrest. Authorities searched a home in Monroe Wednesday night, gathering information and seizing drug paraphernalia in the process. A similar search was conducted simultaneously on a residence in Marshville, where Sheriff’s Deputies took two men into custody and seized over one pound of crystal methamphetamine, $8,975 in cash, three handguns, and one rifle.
As the investigation continued to unfold overnight, officers were led to draw a search warrant for a third residence located north of Marshville, the report states. Officers seized 745 lbs. of marijuana and four firearms at this residence and took one man into custody there as well. If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime, cont act the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower to consult with a criminal attorney about these charges. We understand the hardship that accompanies any criminal case. Our criminal attorneys know your rights and want to help you or someone you might know with his/her drug related charges in North or South Carolina. We are licensed in both North Carolina and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.
Last week, York County drug agents searched a man’s apartment and found Psychedelic mushrooms and anabolic steroids. Initially the agents stopped the man in his vehicle because the license plate of his car had a tinted cover. When the deputies approached the car, they noticed an open container of Ciroc vodka and the man had cocaine and almost $500 on him.
Due the alleged suspicion aroused, officers obtained a search warrant to search the man’s home where they found 2.5 grams of cocaine, .8 grams of MDMA (or ecstasy) , 8.8 grams of psilocybin mushrooms (or “magic mushrooms”), Xanax, Marijuana, and about 30 dose units of Anabolic Steroids.
The man is being held in the York County Detention Center on a $26,882.50 bond. He is being charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of MDMA with intent to distribute, possession of Xanax with intent to distribute, possession of Psilocybin mushrooms with intent to distribute, possession of anabolic steroids with the intent to distribute, possession of marijuana and violation of the ABC law.
South Carolina and officials within state borders must abide by the 4th Amendment when it comes down to vehicle and property searches. If you or a loved one has been involved in a police search, it is important to ensure that all proper procedures were followed. Call the law offices of Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP for a consultation. You can call our Fort Mill office at 803-548-4444, or toll-free at 877-374-5999.
Lancaster,South Carolina deputies report that they apprehended two people who were allegedly running a methamphetamine lab in a stolen car. This occurred when a deputy was patrolling through a property at Stevens Park in Kershaw when he ran the plates of a car that was reported to have been stolen from Berkeley County, South Carolina.
The couple, a man from Charleston, and a woman from Kershaw were discovered; the man was found to also have an outstanding warrant from Charleston, SC. When police investigated the scene, they found evidence of a methamphetamine lab, including plastic tubing, ice rocks, drain cleaner, and glass bottles. There was also meth and marijuana found in the woman’s purse.
If you or someone close to you has been charged in connection with possession of a controlled substance or possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, call the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, & Hightower, LLP. You can contact our Baxter Village, South Carolina office at 803-548-4444, or contact us toll-free at 877-374-5999 for a consultation.