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8/20/2014 11:20:00 AM
Greenwood man charged with trafficking meth
A Greenwood man was arrested Tuesday after police reportedly discovered more than 75 grams of methamphetamine sludge in a wooden shed.
Timothy Robert Rexrode, 39, of 621 Sand Shore Drive, has been charged with trafficking in methamphetamines in connection with the incident.
According to a report from the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office, agents with the Greenwood Drug Enforcement Unit responded to 114 Ridgeway Rd. Tuesday afternoon at about 3:30 p.m. after receiving several complaints about manufacturing of methamphetamines at the residence. Agents found Rexrode coming out of a wooden shed at the rear of the property. After assuring agents there were no illegal substances inside, Rexrode gave agents permission to search the shed.
According to the report, agents located multiple plastic bottles containing a sludge which field tested positive for meth. The Greenwood Fire Department responded with the HAZMAT truck to make the scene safe. Agents also located a number of ingredients and apparatus used in the manufacturing of meth along with syringes and small plastic bag containing a white powdery substance which field tested positive for meth.
Court records show Rexrode has had several drug related brushes with the law since 2006. Jail records show Rexrode was arrested twice in 2013. One arrest was for criminal domestic violence, a charge to which Rexrode pleaded guilty and was sentenced to the seven days he served in jail before entering his guilty plea. The other arrest was for receiving stolen goods and manufacturing methamphetamines, jail records show. He pleaded guilty to the charge of receiving stolen goods in March and was sentenced to three years in prison suspended to 60 months of probation and ordered to pay $1,900 in restitution. The manufacturing methamphetamines charge was dismissed, court records indicate. 

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Posted: Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Article comment by: Kathy walters

Its messed up how you post some comments and not others . If your not goin to post my comment then you need to take hers off.

Posted: Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Article comment by: Kathy McBride

So are you not going to post my comment, if not you should take that one down

Posted: Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Article comment by: Kathy Walters

First I want to start off by saying I called who he asked me to call, and you wasn't one. Second of all, you need to keep my name out your mouth. He wasn't with me either time he got in trouble. I DO not and have NEVER had any drug charges. In the past 2 years you and even before me you and Timmy haven't really talked, except when you want a piddie party. To my understanding, the first time he did any drugs it was with you. Also it don't matter if its drinking alcohol, smoking cigs, weed, taking pills, doing meth, smoking crack or whatever it may be. Addiction is a addiction no matter what it may be. The thing is some people can control their addiction, and others the addiction controls them. It doesn't make you any better then a drug head to be judging others. Everyones sins are between them and god, that's the only person that anyone has to answer to. New Flash your not god!!! You saying you may never see him again, you haven't been seeing each other anyways. But before you want to make your accusations, you need to get your facts straight. Either way Im not your problem, and as far as he goes. He hasn't asked you to get him out, he hasn't asked you for anything and neither have I. Hes use to going thru life without you helping or being there for him, so whats any different now. So worry about your addictions, and you or hell if you want even Timmy. BUT DO NOT PUT MY NAME OUT YOUR MOUTH MAKING FALSE ACCUSATIONS ABOUT ME...Thank you and I hope everyone has a great day. Sorry any one other then her has to read this. I just seen the hypocrites comment yesterday, and had to get some facts out.

Posted: Thursday, August 21, 2014
Article comment by: Jackie Polk Yorsten

I have always been a honest person,so I am being upfront in telling people that this is my oldest son. I lost him years ago due to drugs and his bad choices of friends oh yeah and his bad choices in women. I only talked to him occasionally or saw him. I say to his girl friend Kathy, that you didn't have guts enough to let me know and I have to find this online? He made his choices as to how he was living his life. I gave my all to him when he was growing up. I had a strong feeling for days that something was wrong. I have never gotten him out of jail for anything and never will, I think that's what some parents do wrong,just saying. Kathy you need to get straight too, or you will end up right there where he is. Let me tell you that it doesn't only effect Tim ,it effects every one. look at all the others that are supplied with this evil substance thousands are going down the same road already . All because of the love of money and the horrific addiction this drug carries. I will always love my son even though there is a risk that I may never see him again and if he does not get right with our maker I won't see him in the here after either. I can only pray for his soul and I hope others will join me in prayers for not just Tim but others that live this life style. Wake up world.....My heart is breaking as I am writing this , so I need to sign off...

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