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Conway Police, Drug Enforcement Unit raid Conway motel Tuesday morning

Clockwise from top left: Dominick Artis; Larry Bellamy; Victoria Days; Susan Herring; Sybil McNeil; and Henry Phillips (Source: JRLDC) Clockwise from top left: Dominick Artis; Larry Bellamy; Victoria Days; Susan Herring; Sybil McNeil; and Henry Phillips (Source: JRLDC)
Source: Michael Walter Source: Michael Walter
Source: Michael Walter Source: Michael Walter
Source: Michael Walter Source: Michael Walter

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – Conway Police and the Drug Enforcement Unit made a drug bust at the Delta Motel in Conway Tuesday morning.

Four rooms were raided, and three men and three women were taken into custody, according to officials at the scene.

According to Deputy Commander Dean Bishop with the 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit, the operation included the seizure of 11.3 grams of cocaine, 0.4 grams of crack, 1.4 grams of marijuana and $1,100 in cash.

Bishop said three suspects were the original targets of the investigation. Then, because of the substances found on the scene, an additional three people were arrested, he added.

The suspects and their specific charges are below:

  • Dominick Levell Artis, 41, faces two counts of distributing heroin, second offense
  • Larry Bellamy, 64, on counts of possession of one gram of ice, crank or crack cocaine, possession of a controlled substance and possession of cocaine, first offense
  • Victoria Tyreesha Days, 22, faces one count of possession of marijuana
  • Susan Ida Herring, 37, faces two counts of distributing heroin, first offense
  • Sybil Ann McNeil, 34, faces one count each of possession of one gram of ice, crank or crack cocaine and possession of cocaine, both first offenses
  • Henry Junior Phillips, 44, faces two counts of distributing crack cocaine, second offense

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