Last week, the FBI raided a Charleston car dealership in search of evidence for allegedly defrauding lenders by submitting fabricated loan papers in order to facilitate the business to sell more cars and bring in additional earnings to its employees.
Drug abuse violations are not unusual in the United States. Every year, law enforcing authorities arrests a number of people in connection with drug crimes in different parts of the country. The data published on FBI site shows that there were 1,632,921 drug arrests in the country in 2017. It shows every 20 seconds a person is arrested for drug offenses. The number is highest among the arrests made for different crimes. South Carolina is no different.
Like many in northern South Carolina, maybe you noticed on May 9 when charges were dropped against a Chester County man. “Vindicated,” announced a local headline.