Stolen Weapons, Drugs Found In Greenville Raid

Police say they have seized 11 guns, marijuana and cocaine after a search of a home in Greenville on Thursday.

Four people have been charged as a result of that raid at 301 North Sylvan Drive. Jamar Clark, 21, was charged with possession of stolen property and possession with intent to sell & distribute controlled substances. He was jailed under a $30,000 secured bond.

Alton Freeman, 45, and Tyrell Cox, 20, were both charged with possession with intent to sell & distribute controlled substances, maintaining a dwelling for the purpose of sell & distribution of controlled substances, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Cox was jailed with a $30,000 secured bond, while Freeman has a $50,000 secured bond.

Robert Clark, 76, was charged with 11 counts of possession of a firearm by convicted felon, possession with intent to sell & distribute controlled substances, and possession of stolen property. His bond is $300,000 secured.

Police say some of the weapons are already been reported stolen, while they believe many others are stolen as well. They include two revolvers, two semi-automatic rifles, a sawed off shotgun, and several rifles.


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