Two Charleston area men who admitted to pushing opioids connected with a death and a hospitalization have been sentenced to two decades in federal prison.
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A two-year investigation by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies netted 17 suspects, about 77 pounds of methamphetamine, 116 firearms and "various quantities of heroin and fentanyl," according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of South Carolina.
An Aiken County man was sentenced in federal court Monday for involvement in a methamphetamine and heroin conspiracy.
Two men, from North Charleston and Mount Pleasant, pleaded guilty to distributing the heroin and fentanyl mix that caused two people in Mount Pleasant to overdose in 2018.
Acting United States Attorney A. Lance Crick announced Monday that Carlos Ravenel, 37, of North Charleston and Gordon William Brock, 49, of Mo…
A Summerville man has been sentenced to 20 more years in federal prison after he used a contraband cellphone to traffic methamphetamine and heroin throughout the tri-county area.
Charleston police officers have arrested 10 people this week as part of an ongoing operation to combat drug activity in downtown's East Side neighborhood.
Filmmaker Zoe Miller seeks to make realistic portrayal of drug abuse problem in South Carolina.
In Greenville County alone, 131 people lost their lives to an overdose, an 80-percent uptick since the year before; 101 of the deaths were due to the synthetic opioid fentanyl.