South Carolina police used an informant to purchase drugs on three different occasions from the same person over 13 days in November 2018. The undercover work led to a drug bust that recovered six grams of heroin, 13 grams of cocaine and over $4,000 in cash. Authorities also found a gun at an apartment where the man was found and taken into custody.
South Carolina police took a man into custody after going to the wrong mobile home while responding to a domestic violence call. The 29-year-old had already been facing gun charges when he was found in a bathtub at the residence in Hidden Creek Mobile Park. During a search of the property, authorities found more than 1,000 grams of methamphetamine that had been placed inside of 19 baggies.
The deep web is sometimes known as the regular internet’s evil twin. That’s because the deep web—the internet content that is not available to search engines and must be accessed with special software—can be a hotbed of crime.
Two men face possible life sentences after a South Carolina jury unanimously found them guilty of conspiring to distribute significant quantities of cocaine between January and November 2017 in the Myrtle Beach area. They were taken into custody shortly after North Myrtle Beach Police Department officers and federal agents discovered drugs and about $143,000 in cash in their hotel room.