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Man Charged With Intent To Distribute Meth

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Deputies say that Bee Yang had 2 grams of meth in his garage. Deputies say that Bee Yang had 2 grams of meth in his garage.
SPARTANBURG, S.C -

A Spartanburg man was arrested after deputies say they found 2 grams of meth in his house on Wednesday morning.

Bee Yang has been charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana after the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office says they executed a search warrant at his house on Robin Court.

Yang was at the place that he claims he and his wife were renting yesterday just before 11 am. Yang told deputies that he smoke meth in his garage, where 2 grams of meth and 4 grams of marijuana were found. Deputies say they also found a set of digital scales in the garage.

Deputies arrested Yang and took him to the Spartanburg County Jail.

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