Laurens County Sheriff’s Sgt. Bryan Willard was traveling on Riverfork Road, Waterloo at 2:17 Friday afternoon when he reportedly observed what he thought was a stranded motorist in the roadway with flashers on, near the boat ramp. He asked a woman at the scene who the vehicle belonged to and she reportedly replied she didn’t know. She also allegedly gave someone else’s name when asked for her identity. Further investigation reportedly revealed several small baggies of methamphetamine and other materials. 36-year-old Amy Diane House of 256 Old Oak Tree Road, Waterloo was charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine, with Possession of Schedule II and IV Substances, with Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol and with Giving False Information to Law Enforcement.
In arrest warrants, Deputy Brian Willard states that on January 25th Ms. House had methamphetamine packaged in baggies for distribution, was in possession of a 9 MM Taurus Handgun, had possession of two drugs without prescriptions and allegedly identified herself with a name different from her own to avoid arrest. During arraignment on the multiple charges, bonds were set totaling $41,000. Amy Diane House remained in the Johnson Detention Center this morning.