A Rock Hill man is facing drug trafficking charges after a baggie of oxycodone and other prescription pills fell out of his shorts during a traffic stop.
Lamaris Jerrod Miller, 34, was arrested after he was pulled over for speeding on the 500 block of South Cherry Road at 8:30 p.m. Police determined Miller’s license was suspended and he was placed under arrest, according to the incident report.
While he was being arrested, the officer noticed a plastic baggie of pills fall to the ground out of Miller’s shorts. The bag contained approximately 30.18 grams of the drug oxycodone and another 0.24 grams of opana, the report states.
Miller was charged with trafficking narcotics and driving under suspension, and transported to the Rock Hill city jail.
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