A Ninety Six man is facing a drug distribution charge after police say he sold methamphetamines to an informant in October.
According to reports from the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office, agents with the Greenwood County Drug Enforcement Unit sent an informant to a residence on Circle Street in Greenwood on Oct. 24 to purchase a quantity of methamphetamines from Terry Wilford Harvley Jr., 30, of 1505 Brickyard Rd., Ninety Six. The informant returned with a small plastic bag containing a substance believed to be “ice,” a pure form of methamphetamine considered to have a more intense “high” and a greater chance of addiction.
According to the reports, DEU agents returned to the Circle Street residence Wednesday evening to serve an arrest warrant on Harvley. Harvley was located at the residence and placed under arrest. A search of Harvley yielded a plastic bag containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana and four partially consumed, hand-rolled cigars believed to contain marijuana.
Harvley has been charged with distribution of methamphetamines and simple possession of marijuana.