Wednesday, November 27, 2013
A Nov. 20 traffic stop off North Goose Creek Boulevard led to the arrest of four suspects.
The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged the suspects with attempting to manufacture methamphetamine, according to information released by BCSO.
Members of the Berkeley County Drug Enforcement Unit, utilizing a K-9 officer, found components used to manufacture methamphetamine located in the back seat and trunk of the vehicle.
Brian Rourk, 25, of St. Stephen, Shaquille Harris, 20, of Moncks Corner, Preston Long, 24, of Hanahan and Hillery Stidham, 34, of Summerville, were being held at the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.
Bonds for Harris and Stidham were set at $30,000 each. Bond for Rourk was set at $15,000. Bond for Long’s possession of one gram or less of methamphetamine or cocaine base was not set, although his bonds for driving under suspension and evading arrest were set at $3,197, according to the jail’s website.
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