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Report: Search uncovers drugs, guns, and a stolen vehicle

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Simian L Anderson and Enroll Lee Davis. Source: OCDC Simian L Anderson and Enroll Lee Davis. Source: OCDC
Items uncovered during search of Davis' home. Source: Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office Items uncovered during search of Davis' home. Source: Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office
ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

One suspect is behind bars and another is on the run after a search warrant performed by Orangeburg County Sheriff's Deputies uncovered multiple guns, drugs and a stolen vehicle, officials say.

Simian L Anderson, 29, and Enroll Lee Davis, 26, were both arrested Tuesday. Anderson has been charged with Possession of cocaine and manufacture and distribution of cocaine base. Davis was charged with sale or delivery of a stolen pistol, trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in ice, crank or crack, two counts of manufacture and possession of a schedule 4 drug with intent to distribute, and possession of a stolen vehicle.

According to Orangeburg County Sheriff Leroy Raven ell, investigators entered the home of Davis, located at 242 Surf side Drive in Holly Hill, at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, November 20.

A report states three males tried to run when deputies entered the home. Two were captured, but Davis remains at large.

Raven ell says a search of the home uncovered a 9mm pistol reported stolen by the Orangeburg Department of Public Safety, another pistol reported lost by the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office, three other guns, a total of 113.8 grams of crack cocaine, 273.4 grams of cocaine, and .8 grams of marijuana.

While performing a search of a Chevrolet Impala belonging to Anderson, deputies say Anderson became belligerent and disorderly. Marijuana, crack cocaine, and cocaine were found in the car.

Investigators say a white Cadillac in the yard was reported stolen by the North Myrtle Beach Police Department.

According to a report, Carson Martin, one of the men captured by deputies, had outstanding warrants from Berkeley County. He was transported to Berkeley County officials.

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