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21-year-old Florence woman faces multiple cocaine drug charges

Adrennie Monique Hannah (Source: FCDC website) Adrennie Monique Hannah (Source: FCDC website)

FLORENCE COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – A 21-year-old Florence woman was arrested during a drug bust at 328 Grace Drive in Florence on Wednesday by Florence County Sheriff’s Office Investigators.

Adrennie Monique Hannah, of 921 West Marion Street, is charged with possession of cocaine, distribution of crack cocaine and trafficking in crack cocaine, according to a news release from the FCSO.

Specially trained narcotics investigators of the FCSO executed a search warrant on the Grace Drive residence on November 4 and discovered about 34.4 grams of crack cocaine, approximately 1.5 grams of powder cocaine, almost 9.6 grams of marijuana and a handgun. They also found scales, other paraphernalia and supplies suggestive of intent to distribute narcotics.

Investigators claim Hannah sold crack cocaine to a confidential informant on or around October 26.

Hannah was released from the Florence County Detention Center on Thursday on a $20,000 surety bond. 

The investigation is ongoing and additional charges and/or arrests may be forthcoming.

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