Crime

  • Friday, December 13, 2013

Traveing meth lab

Summerville Police stopped a vehicle with an inoperative tag light that was driving left of center. The tag was expired. The driver’s hands were shaking uncontrollably. The passenger – Peggy Sue Henry, 40, of Summerville – was also observed shaking uncontrollably. She gave consent for a search of her person and purse. The driver – Nicholas Daryl Phelps, 34, of Summerville, gave consent to search the vehicle.

Police uncovered meth, the materials and equipment to make meth using the “one-pot method.”

Henry was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and Phelps was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.

Econo drug store

Summerville Police responded to the Econo Lodge in Summerville for a drug complaint and discovered a veritable trove of marijuana and other drugs as well as the materials for packaging drugs including sandwich bags, rubber bands, a digital scale, small candy baggies, cash -- $1,256, green plant material testing presumptive for marijuana – 703 gross grams, and roxicontins.

Steven Grady Bazzle, 23, of Summerville and Zachary Brian Maxwell, 20, of Ladson were charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of schedule 2 narcotics and drug paraphernalia and transported to Berkeley County Annex.

Selling beer

A 17-year-old Summerville teen was charged with sale of beer to a minor after an underage compliance check at the Food Lion on Central Avenue found him selling beer to a 16-year-old.

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