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Two drug busts in Hartsville

Terrence Robinson. PHOTO COURTESY OF DCDC

Wilbert Robinson. PHOTO COURTESY OF DCDC

Darius Ings. PHOTO COURTESY OF DCDC

Anthony Ings. PHOTO COURTESY OF DCDC

Sheona Woodham. PHOTO COURTESY OF DCDC

Separate drug busts in Hartsville last week resulted in five arrests, officials said. Last Monday, Hartsville police searched a home on 14th Street and seized 5 kilograms of meth, about 32 bags of marijuana totaling 111 grams, a vehicle and cash. Arrested were Terrence Robinson and Wilbert Robinson. Terrence Robinson was charged with possessing more than 400 grams of ephedrine and manufacturing or possessing substances regulated by Schedule I, II, III with intent to distribute, according to jail records. Wilbert Robinson was charged with possessing less than 1 gram of meth or cocaine base. Last Thursday, Hartsville police, with aid from the Darlington County Sheriff’s Office, searched a Howard Street home and seized 40 fentanyl tablets and a pound of meth. Arrested were Darius Ings and Anthony Ings. Darius Ings was charged with possessing 28 grams or less of marijuana/10 grams or less hash, and unlawful carrying of a weapon, according to jail records. Anthony Ings was charged with possessing less than 1 gram of meth or cocaine base, third offense. Hartsville police during the Howard Street search also arrested a bystander who stopped to see what was happening. Sheona Woodham was detained on outstanding warrants not connected with the drug case, police said. Jail records say Woodham was charged with assault and battery, third degree, malicious injury to personal property less than $2,000, disorderly conduct and shoplifting less than $2,000.

Author: Rachel Howell

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