The Greenwood County Drug Enforcement Unit continues removing meth from the streets of Greenwood by busting four more people with the drug during a Wednesday afternoon raid.
Amber Nicole Smith, 32, of 104 Cessna Ave., Shelby Rowe Culbertson, 39, of 213 Georgia Ave., Edward Lyle Ouzts, 45, of 213 Georgia Ave., and Russell Wade Skidmore, 33, of 214 Georgia Ave., were all arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and possession with intent to distribute marijuana in connection with the incident.
According to a report from the Greenwood Police Department, agents went to 213 Georgia Ave. to serve a search warrant just after 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. Agents found Skidmore and Ouzts outside the residence and located Smith and Culbertson inside the residence. Agents read the search warrant aloud and found a glass pipe with white residue commonly used to smoke meth inside the residence.
According to the report, agents searched a metal building outside the residence and discovered a set of digital scales, two clear plastic bags containing a substance which field tested positive for meth with a combined weight of 2.85 grams, five individually packaged clear plastic bags which contained a green plant-like material believed to be marijuana with a combined weight of 14.17 grams and two packages of rolling papers. All four suspects denied any knowledge of the items.