Greenwood County Sheriff Office visited a home at 111 Lawton Street in Greenwood to perform a welfare check because of possible drug activity. They were also looking for someone who earlier was treated for a drug overdose and left the hospital on their own.
As Deputies arrive and speak with a Kayla Livingston, they notice items associated with drug activity in plain view. They then secure the home for further investigation.
Six individuals inside the home and were all arrested after locating drugs inside the home. There was one person located outside by the shed but not the person they were looking for.
Griffin, Adrian Lamont, 30 of 107 n high Street Apt, Greenwood SC
Griffin, JD Jr., 44 of 1714 Ridge Road, Hodges SC
Horne, Jeffrey Brett, 30 of 111 Lawton Street, Greenwood SC
Livingston, Kayla Marie, 24 of 111 Lawton Street, Greenwood SC
Prince, Christopher Gene, 38 of 203 S. Andrews Ave, Greenwood SC
Johnson, Quintavious Devonta, 19 of 8 1st Street, Greenwood SC -
Stevens, Julie Catherine, 23 of 110 Twisted oak Drive, Greenwood SC - trafficking cocaine
While talking to Livingston, Deputies noticed a glass pipe commonly used to smoke meth in the front pocket of her hoodie. During the search of the home they found the following items.
Ziplock bag containing white crystal substance on the windowsill of the middle back bedroom by Brooks (.51
grams, field test positive for meth).
Clear plastic bag containing 2 round blue pills marked with “M Box” found in front right bedroom by Crockett.
Pink plastic box containing white crystal residue in front bedroom by McClinton.
Plastic baggies with crystal residue in front bedroom by McClinton.
2 partially smoked hand-rolled marijuana cigarette butts in front bedroom by Crockett.
Clear baggy with pink ziplock baggie containing white powder substance in kitchen cabinet by Evans (clear baggy
15.41 grams, pink ziplock 1.59 grams, field test positive for cocaine).
Grey and Green plastic box with white crystal residue in front bedroom by McClinton.
Deputies also noticed a couple vehicles in the yard. One, a silver Ford Fusion was identified as a stolen vehicle out of Greenwood.
They also searched a vehicle belonging to J. D. Griffin and found needles, straw with blue pill residue, $500 and a loaded Taurus 9mm, which was seized due to Griffin’s felony status.
As a result all individuals were arrested on Trafficking Cocaine as neither would admit to owning the 17 grams of cocaine found in the house. Some are likely to face additional charges as well.