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Arrests accompany South Carolina drug raid

Several South Carolina police agencies conducted a large drug raid on June 14 at a home in Conway. Police said that the raid came following complaints about drug activity taking place near the home. During the raid, police say that they found 101 Oxycodone pills and 3/4 of a pound of marijuana as well as $13,580 in cash. Police claim that the drugs were worth around $7,500 in street transactions.

Drug raids in South Carolina result in 6 arrests

Police detained six individuals on charges of making and distributing drugs in the Charlotte and Rockhill areas. Approximately a dozen federal agents from the FBI and DEA conducted the raids. One of the homes was declared "unsafe for living" because chemicals used for making drugs were allegedly found within the home.

Former inmates can face challenges in society

Prison life can be difficult, but so can life for South Carolina residents once they are no longer behind bars. After your loved one’s release from prison, he or she may face challenges you would never have imagined. Some of these difficulties can be enough to make a former prisoner commit a crime again and end up back behind bars.

South Carolina police seize 2.16 pounds of methamphetamine

Police in South Carolina have reported that a 33-year-old man and 32-year-old woman were taken into custody on drug trafficking charges following a traffic stop in Kershaw County. Deputies from the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office say that they discovered more than two pounds of methamphetamine, an ounce of marijuana and $7,159 in cash in the trunk of a Mercedes-Benz sedan being used by the pair.

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