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Two face drug charges in Marion Co. meth ingredient bust

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MARION COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Two people in Marion County face drug charges after investigators say they found ingredients used for the manufacturing of meth inside a vehicle Saturday night.

According to Major Brian Wallace with the Marion County Sheriff's Office, the bust was made by South Carolina Highway Patrol at 6:30 p.m. near the Florence County line on Highway 378.

The case has officially been turned over to the Marion County Sheriffs Office.

Authorities say one of the people arrested had outstanding warrants, but at this time, they have not released any further information regarding those warrants.

Courtney Lynn Posey, 22 from Neeses, SC and Danny Ray Suggs, 40 from Columbia SC, are being booked at the Marion County Detention Center.

Posey has a $3,000 bond and Suggs hearing is on hold due to probation.

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