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Crime Carolina man arrested with enough drugs to kill 24,000 people, police say

19:30  28 november  2019
19:30  28 november  2019 Source:   wyff4.com

Crooms Academy student arrested for threatening school shooting, Sanford police say

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A man has been arrested after drugs were found during a death investigation, police said.

a close up of a man: Anthony Bernard Williams© Myrtle Beach Police Anthony Bernard Williams

Police were called Nov. 20 to 1811 S. Ocean Blvd., the Viking Oceanfront Motel, for an unresponsive woman who was pronounced dead at the scene, according to WMBF.

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Myrtle Beach police said the death was not suspicious.

During the investigation, police said they uncovered a large quantity of illicit drugs.

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According to police, Anthony Bernard Williams, 36, was arrested and charged with trafficking methamphetamine, trafficking heroin, possessing charges, resisting arrest and obstruction of justice.

Williams had a bond hearing Wednesday afternoon, when Myrtle Beach police Chief Amy Prock spoke and asked for the judge to deny bond.

Prock said Williams was caught with 49,000 milligrams of fentanyl, which she said is enough to kill 24,000 people.

Fentanyl is destroying communities, Prock said.

Another woman spoke out in court and defended Williams. She said he has a loving family at home and it’s the holidays.

The judge denied bond for Williams, citing prior violent convictions. The judge also said that Williams is a danger to the community and a flight risk.

2 arrested after suspected pure Fentanyl bust in Duluth

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“This arrest demonstrates the community’s commitment to work to identify those who wish do us harm and bring them to justice,” Prock said of Williams’ arrest. “We will hold those individuals responsible for poisoning our community.”

a man in a blue shirt: Anthony Bernard Williams© WMBF Anthony Bernard Williams

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