A York County, SC man was charged on Saturday with obstruction of justice, unlawful possession of a blank prescription, resisting arrest, disregarding a stop sign, driving under suspension and possession of Schedule I, II, or III drugs according to a Fort Mill police report.  When the officers attempted to stop the man, he fled his vehicle and, as the report states, attempted to swallow a bag of oxycodone pills.  The police used a stun-gun on the man, as they were attempting to put handcuffs on him.

The police report states that they found chewed up pills around the man, a wallet with about $200 cash, syringes, two plastic caps with blue residue, a notebook and a plastic ID case.  Officers report that they initially stopped him because he ran through a stop sign.  They later realized he had a suspended driver’s license.  When they stopped the man, he fled from the vehicle and reportedly attempted to swallow a bag of pills.  This is the second arrest in the Fort Mill area with regard to oxycodone.  A Cleveland, Ohio man was arrested on Interstate 77, near exit 89 and charged with possession of 56 oxycodone pills and six grams of marijuana.

If you or someone close to you has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, call the law offices of Reeves Aiken & Hightower.  If you have been arrested in Fort Mill, SC, or the surrounding region call our Baxter Village Office at 803 548 4444.  You can also reach us toll-free at 877 374 5999.  Speak to one of our attorneys on staff who know your rights.