Miami man arrested in Sumter for trafficking drugs - wistv.com - Columbia, South Carolina

Miami man arrested in Sumter for trafficking drugs

Source: Sumter County Sheriff’s Department Source: Sumter County Sheriff’s Department

SUMTER, SC (WIS) - Sumter County deputies caught a man accused of trafficking thousands of dollars worth of marijuana on Wednesday.

Deputies arrested Reginald Angus, 47, of Miami, after a traffic stop on Interstate 95. Angus acted "suspicious and evasive" during the stop, so deputies asked to search the car.

Deputies found 57 pounds of marijuana inside the trunk of Angus' car. The pot is valued at $114,000.

Angus has been charged with drug trafficking, in addition to the traffic violation.

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