$95k in crystal meth taken after I-26 traffic stop

BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) — Two men are in custody after an I-26 traffic stop that resulted in the taking of what deputies say is $95,300 worth of crystal methamphetamine.

Officials with the Berkeley County Sheriff's office say the stop occurred on March 7 at around 7 p.m. The car was searched by a K-9 after the deputy saw an open alcoholic beverage in the center console.

After the men in the car got out for the search, officials say the deputy found a glass pipe and a makeup bag that contained three large bags of crystal methamphetamine.

The total weight of the drugs was 953 grams.

Arrested and charged are 61-year-old Dwayne Breeden Morrison of Dunwoody, Georgia and 35-year-old Sean Albert Taylor, who officials say is homeless.

Both men were in the Hill Finklea Detention Center Thursday and awaiting a bond hearing.

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