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BCSO: 4 arrested, 2 sought after search warrants uncover drugs

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Berkeley County deputies say a series of search warrants executed earlier this week led to the arrest of four suspects on drug charges, and arrest warrants for two others. 

According to a release, search warrants at 110 Carriage Lane in Summerville and 1218 Redbank Road Unit 3 in Goose Creek resulted in the arrest of four suspects.

Demar Bacon, 28, was charged with possession of cocaine, obstruction of justice, and simple possession of marijuana. Irving Smith, 31, has been charged with possession of cocaine, possession of stolen property, and simple possession of marijuana. Pierre King, 31, has been charged with simple possession of marijuana. Joshua Fisher, 18, is charged with one count of possession with intent to distribute marijuana and two counts of distribution of marijuana. 

Deputies say Fisher's arrest comes after agents were able to make two controlled purchases at the home on Carriage Lane. 

Authorities say an arrest warrant has been issued for 44-year-old David John Davies for distribution of heroin as a result of a previous controlled purchase. Davies was reportedly not present during Wednesday's search of a home located at 102 Iron Road in Summerville. 

Deputies say an arrest warrant has also been issued for 31-year-old Deandris Dmario Jenkins of 1147 Deerberry Road in Hanahan. According to a release, Jenkins is wanted for distribution of marijuana after a search uncovered marijuana throughout the home.

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