A July 19 controlled purchase by the Columbus County Sheriff’s Office Vice-Narcotics Unit led to an arrest on felony trafficking charges.
CCSO said Wednesday they were investigating the distribution of illegal prescription pills into the eastern parts of the county. After investigators completed the purchase “of approximately 100 Oxycodone tablets,” they
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