2017-10-04 / Local News

Gaffney teen faces meth trafficking charge

By TIM GULLA
Ledger Staff Writer

An 18-year-old Gaffney woman was charged with trafficking methamphetamine after City of Gaffney narcotics agents executed a search warrant Friday morning at a Short Alley home.

Clinmesha Brenyell Webb, of Crestmont Drive, was charged with methamphetamine trafficking after detectives seized a bag of a crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine. The bag weighed approximately 201.8 grams, or just over 7 ounces, police allege.

Police later valued the drug at between $6,000 and $8,000.

Also taken into custody during the raid was Justin Patrick Goudelock, 32, of Short Alley, who was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana in connection with a bag of suspected marijuana that was seized by detectives.

Detectives also seized a digital scale, an alleged marijuana grinder and other items.

Online Cherokee County Detention Center records show Gaffney Municipal Court Judge Collis Edwards set Webb’s bond at $35,000 and Goudelock’s bond at $25,000.

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