An Andrews man, who was free from jail on bail, was arrested Wednesday after residents complained about drug activity, according to a news release.
Aaron Clent Williams, 32, was booked into the Georgetown County Detention Center at 8:38 p.m. Wednesday and charged with first-offense possession with intent to distribute marijuana and first-offense manufacturing, distributing ice, crank or crack cocaine, according to jail records.
He is being held without bond pending a hearing.
Williams was booked into the jail on Aug. 1 on charges of obliterating a serial number on a gun, first-offense manufacturing or possession of drugs and first-offense distribution of marijuana, according to authorities. His bail is set at $13,000.
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Agents with the 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit worked with the Williamsburg County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit, the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office and the Andrews Police Department to arrest Williams this week.
In a news release from the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office, police found Williams at a home on West Gapway Road and seized a pound of high-grade marijuana, a stolen .22-caliber rifle along with packaging materials and scales.
Agents also seized a 12-gauge shotgun, a .380-caliber pistol, a .22-caliber revolver and several hundred dollars in cash, according to the release. Williams is a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a handgun in South Carolina.