Authorities arrested a Lancaster man and his nephew Friday after police say they tried to sell drugs in a Fort Mill restaurant parking lot.
Authorities charged Paul Devaris Hall, 28, of 1926 Robert H. Kirk Road in Lancaster with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, second offense; possession with intent to distribute marijuana, second offense, and trafficking cocaine, second offense, according to Marvin Brown, commander of the York County Multijurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit.
Authorities also charged Hall's uncle, Clifton Lendell Hall, 30, of 2205 Cane Mill Road in Lancaster with trafficking cocaine, fourth offense.
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Around 5 p.m. Friday, officials allegedly found Paul Hall in possession of approximately 251.9 grams of cocaine during a drug investigation in the parking lot of the restaurant, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report.
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Frank Cabral, 44, of 2497 Whitley Road, was arrested and charged with possession of one gram of crack cocaine on Saturday April 5, according to a sheriff's office report.
A deputy reported pulling over Cabral because his moped had no headlight. The deputy allegedly found a piece of plastic containing crack by Cabral's feet.
A 15-year-old Tega Cay girl said she was harassed by an unknown man on Wednesday March 26, according to a Tega Cay Police Department report.
The girl said she was walking home from school when she was approached by a black male driving in a white and yellow van.
A Fort Mill woman on Center Circle reported being swindled out of $1,800 taken from her banks account on two different occasions between Friday, March 7, and Friday, March 28, for an RV rental, according to a sheriff's office report. An investigation is pending, according to the report.
A Fort Mll woman said more than $6,000 in property was taken from her car on Wednesday April 2, according to a sheriff's office report.
- By Chris Corrado
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