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Darlington County deputies arrest Hartsville man; seize meth, cash and guns
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Darlington County deputies arrest Hartsville man; seize meth, cash and guns

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Hartsville Arrest

 Darlington County sheriff's deputies seized drugs, guns and cash in a search at  1147 Sandwood Drive. 

DARLINGTON, S.C. — A Hartsville man has been charged with several offenses after Darlington County sheriff's deputies searched a residence at 1147 Sandwood Drive. 

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“My narcotics investigators conducted a thorough investigation following community complaints concerning illegal activity occurring at this residence,” said Darlington County Sheriff Tony Chavis in a media advisory.  “Drugs, money, and guns, including a stolen pistol, were retrieved from the residence.”

Leon Davis Jr., 49, of Hartsville was arrested and is charged with possession of a stolen pistol, two counts of distribution of meth second offense, and possession with intent to distribute meth second offense. 

Davis remains in the W. Glenn Campbell detention center awaiting bond to be set.

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