GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – Two men were arrested after meth, fake cash, machete and more was found in their car, according to Greenville Police
Police responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle driving around the mall parking lot on Tuesday evening, possibly canvassing vehicles.
An officer talked to the two people inside and they gave conflicting information about who owned the vehicle.
Both the people had active warrants, according to the report.
They told the officer there was nothing of concern in the vehicle.
Police say that didn’t turn out to be true.
The officer searched the two people and the vehicle and seized the following items:
A homemade machete
Plastic tube and spoon with residue,
.40 cal. bullet
.22 cal short bullets
Cigarette lighter appearing to be a handgun
Five jewelry items in boxes
12 capped syringes
11 capped needles
Fake $100 bill
Credit card not connected to the arrested parties.
Police say Nicholas Hawkins and Jay Brown were charged with possession of meth with the intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia and transported to the Greenville County Detention Center.