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Man arrested for distribution of crack in Lamar

William Leslie Peoples. Source: DCSO William Leslie Peoples. Source: DCSO

LAMAR, SC (WMBF) – A 41-year-old man was arrested for distribution of crack cocaine after the Darlington County Sheriff's Office searched an address on State Park Road in Lamar.

William Leslie Peoples was arrested for six counts of distribution of crack cocaine, second offense, and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, according to a DCSO news release.

When the DCSO Drug Enforcement Unit conducted a search warrant, they found 8.7 grams of cocaine, U.S. currency, and vehicle, which was seized.

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