4 charged after over $11K in meth found at North Charleston home
NORTH CHARLESTON (WCSC) - Four people are facing drug trafficking charges after over $11,000 in crystal methamphetamine and other drugs were found in a raid at a North Charleston home.
North Charleston Police spokesman Spencer Pryor says officers executed a search warrant at a house on the 7600 block of Hillandale Road after being able to buy drugs undercover.
Investigators found nearly three ounces of crystal methamphetamine, powder and tar heroin, LSD, MDMA, marijuana, cocaine and a stolen pistol.
Officers estimate the street value of the meth to be $11,355. The marijuana was valued at $280 and the other drugs were estimated to cost less than that.
Monica Miller, Jane Robbins, Danny Ford and Christopher Beaudoin were all charged with trafficking crystal meth and possession with intent to distribute heroin.
Miller was also charged with possession of a stolen pistol, cocaine, MDMA and LSD.
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