GEORGETOWN COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - A Georgetown man has been convicted of multiple federal firearms and drug charges.
Tywone Reed, 38, will have his sentence imposed after Judge Michael Duffy has reviewed the presentence report from the U.S. probation office, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Nick Bianchi.
A search warrant was conducted on Reed's residence in September 2016 when investigators found more than 200 grams of heroin, 225 grams of cocaine and roughly 20 grams of crack cocaine in his kitchen, Bianchi said.
Two loaded handguns sat on the nightstand in Reed's bedroom along with a loaded rifle against the wall and another loaded handgun in the drawer with $3,800, according to Bianchi.
Reed faces a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison and a maximum of a life sentence.