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Georgetown man arrested on multiple drug distribution charges

Ickimi Rayshaw Green (Source: GCDC) Ickimi Rayshaw Green (Source: GCDC)

GEORGETOWN, SC (WMBF) – On November 12, after a one-month drug investigation, agents of the 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit and officers with the Georgetown Police Department arrested 24-year-old Ickimi R. Green. According to police, the search warrant was executed at 2800 Church Street, apartment E7 at the Hickory Knolls Apartments in Georgetown. 

During the search, agents found Green inside the home along with U.S. currency, packaging materials, scales, and marijuana and cocaine packaged for sale.

Agents also recovered a loaded .38 caliber revolver that had been reported stolen in Michigan, according to police. 

According to police, Green is being held at the Georgetown County Detention Center on a $130,000 bond for two distribution of cocaine charges and two distribution of a controlled substance within a half mile of a school or park charges. Green is also being held on warrants for general sessions court, probation and parole, and family court. 

The following warrants were also served to Green, according to Police:

• possession with the intent to distribute cocaine

• possession with the intent to distribute cocaine

?• distribution of marijuana

?• possession of a stolen handgun

• three additional counts of distribution/possession with intent to distribute within .5 mile of a school or park.

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