A Charlotte man and a Fort Mill man are accused of possessing crack cocaine, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report. Anthony Dewayne Walters, 46, of 4900 Stoney Trace Drive Apt. L, and John Spencer McDaris, 36, of 227 Pine St., were arrested at the intersection of Morgan Street and N. White Street in Fort Mill Friday, Oct. 17.
The report stated that Walters, driving a van, was pulled over by an officer who said the suspected the van had an improper license plate. The officer also said in the report that Walters drove left of the center line and swerved right, nearly coming over a curb. The officer alleges that during a search of the van, he found a plastic bag containing one gram of crack. McDaris was a passenger in the van.
Police also accuse Walters of driving with a suspended license, the report stated.
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Drug arrests made
A Charlotte man was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana and a Fort Mill woman was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine after a traffic stop at the intersection of Sixth Baxter Crossing and N. Sutton Road Wednesday, Oct. 22, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report.
Matthew Leroy Griffin III, 21, of 7618 Coffey Creek Drive and Jamyle Jocquis Trice-Sadler, 18, of 568 Sixth Baxter Crossing, along with a juvenile, were pulled over in a yellow, 1995 Toyota Corolla for allegedly failing to use a turn signal, according to the report. The driver, a juvenile, told police he was lost because Trice-Sadler was new to the area and could not remember how to get home, the report said. The officer said a search of the car turned up .51 grams of cocaine and two grams marijuana, according to the report.
- Compiled by Christopher Corrado
• Police reports of all felonies and any major misdemeanors are compiled weekly from local law enforcement agency records. Charges do not necessarily result in a conviction, and people who are arrested are innocent until proven guilty.