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Police: Georgetown man arrested for drug distribution, actively seeking another man

Horace Kennard Rogers (Source: GCSO) Horace Kennard Rogers (Source: GCSO)
Dwayne Hasan Davis (Source: GCSO) Dwayne Hasan Davis (Source: GCSO)

GEORGETOWN, SC (WMBF) – The 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit and the City of Georgetown Police Department arrested a Georgetown man Thursday for drug distribution related charges and are actively seeking another Georgetown man, according to the Georgetown Police Department Facebook page.

Horace Kennard Rogers, age 34, is charged with two counts of distribution of heroin third offense, possession with intent to distribute heroin, possession with intent to distribute marijuana and three charges for distribution of a controlled substance within a half a mile of a school or park, according to the GPD Facebook page and the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office.

Dwayne Hasan Davis, age 26, is currently wanted for several distribution related charges.

Rogers was released from prison in August 2014 after serving a sentence on a drug related charge, according to the GPD Facebook page.

Two narcotics search warrants were executed at 102 Collins Street and 2525 Highmarket Street (lot #2) in the City of Georgetown on August 20, after citizens complained about drug activity and quality of life issues.

Agents recovered heroin, pills, packaged marijuana, scales, packaging materials and seized an automobile and cash.

Anyone with any information regarding Davis’ whereabouts is asked to call (843)-461-1331; all information will be kept confidential.

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