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Oconee Deputies Arrest 10 People In Operation Infinity

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OCONEE COUNTY, S.C. - Deputies bust 10 people in the second phase of "Operation Infinity." It's called "Infinity" because its a reference to the never ending commitment to the war on drugs.

The second phase of "Operation Infinity" began on August 22nd. Since then, deputies arrested nearly a dozen people on drug charges.

Here is the list of recent arrest:

  • Misty Michelle Parker, Westminster, charged with distribution of Marijuana
  • Clyde Webb, Seneca, charged with distribution of Methamphetamine and Adderall
  • Robert Keith Brown Jr, Seneca, charged with distribution of Cocaine
  • Kayla Maybin, Seneca, charged with distribution of Klonopin
  • Windy Moore, Westminster, charged with distribution of Xanax
  • Desmond Jones, Seneca, charged with distribution of Marijuana
  • Derris Walker, Westminster, charged with distribution on Marijuana
  • Brandon Marcus, Seneca, charged with distribution of Methamphetamine
  • Chuck Stark, Seneca, charged with distribution of Hydrocodone and Lortab
  • Issac Knox, Seneca, charged with distribution of Marijuana
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