Drug charges pending for day care owner and son in South Carolina

On Behalf of | May 21, 2017 | Drug Charges |

When a residence is suspected of housing drug activity, everyone who lives within could soon be under investigation. In similar scenarios, it can be difficult to determine who, if anyone, was knowingly in possession of narcotics, leading to allegations of drug crimes against numerous individuals. A day care owner is facing drug charges following the recent search of a residence in South Carolina.

Authorities claim to have received information from an anonymous source, apparently indicating suspicious activity at the house. Upon initiating a search, they allegedly uncovered less than a gram of methamphetamine. The woman and her son were subsequently accused of operating a drug house, and the son also faces charges for the distribution of methamphetamine.

The exact nature of the information provided by the source was not given. In addition, there was no mention of how either individual was linked to the pending charges. The day care, which is apparently next door to the home, reportedly remains operational during this period, but the owner might find daily tasks associated with the business challenging to accomplish during such a stressful and intimidating process.

Individuals who are facing similar charges often seek to defend themselves, but the process can be challenging to endure alone. By speaking with a defense attorney, a person in South Carolina can obtain advice about the best course of action to take when seeking to challenge any or all pending drug charges. This type of guidance might prove beneficial to safeguarding a person’s future from potentially devastating consequences.

Source: wspa.com, “Anderson daycare owner cited for operating drug house”, May 16, 2017


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