Two men have been arrested on Meth charges after the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a Gray Court residence at 6:24 Monday evening on a report that a person was there who did not belong there. The Sheriff’s Office charged both men with a drug manufacture charge for allegedly being in possession of 1.91 grams of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. 22-year-old Carlton Madison Rogers of 162 Jitter Bug Lane, Gray Court and 22-year-old Mario Michael Alameda of 345 Driftwood Drive, Piedmont were both accused with the meth possession at Roger’s residence on Jitter Bug Lane. Both Carlton Rogers and Mario Alameda were also charged with two Counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance. Warrants from Deputy Walter Summers alleges that each was in possession of Oxycodone and Adderall, schedule II controlled substances, and Lorazepam, a schedule IV controlled substance, without authority to have them. This also allegedly occurred at 162 Jitter Bug Lane, Gray Court on January 28th. Bonds were set yesterday on the three charges each is facing totaling $25,000. Carlton Rogers of Gray Court and Mario Alameda of Piedmont both remained in the Laurens County Detention Center earlier today.
Call About Unwanted Guest Leads to Drug Charges
Wednesday, January 30, 2013 By