MUGSHOTS: 18 wanted in drug operation in Spartanburg Co.


SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SC (WSPA) – Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office’s Narcotics Division said 46 people out of 64 people wanted during their Operation Winter Blues for various drug offenses have been arrested.

Accordng to a sheriff’s office news release, the narcotics division released information about the operation on Jan. 19.

Sheriff’s Office officials said 18 suspects are still wanted in the operation


Rashard Anderson, 24
Woodview Ave., Sptbg., SC

Casey Bell, 39
Cannon Ford Rd., Inman, SC


Jai Divittorio, 44
Hospitality Dr., Sptbg., SC

James Gist, III, 36
Williams St., Sptbg., SC


Justin Green, 29
Boot Hill Ct., Sptbg., SC

Toby Gwinn, 41
Cross Anchor Rd., Enoree, SC


Jonathan Isom, 35
Clements Rd., Chesnee, SC

Nicholas Handler, 20
Henderson Rd., Greer, SC


Courtney McAtee, 41
Fairview Church Rd., Sptbg., SC

Marvin McDowell, 58
Wooden Bridge Rd., Chesnee, SC


Gerald Rakestraw, 69
Anderson St., Spartanburg, SC

Nathan Paul, 36
N. Florida Ave., Greenville, SC


Kimberly Satterfield, 44
Nazareth Church Rd., Moore, SC

Tyler Tanner, 26
Presnell Dr., Boiling Springs, SC


Christopher Thompson, 43
Switzer Greenpond Rd., Woodruff, SC

Samuel Wiggins, 21
Goodjoin Rd., Campobello, SC


Christina Wilkinson, 25
Church Rd., Chesnee, SC

Frederick Williams, 42
Odell Dr., Laurens, SC


Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright is asking for the public’s help in finding the listed suspects.

Anyone with information on any of their whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

According to the release, information that leads to a suspect’s arrest may be eligible for a cash reward.

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