Sheriff: Drugs discovered in video game

2013-04-20T14:23:00Z 2013-04-20T14:31:47Z Sheriff: Drugs discovered in video gameSpecial to The T&D The Times and Democrat
April 20, 2013 2:23 pm  • 

An Orangeburg man has been charged with trafficking marijuana after he allegedly accepted a video game with marijuana inside, according to Orangeburg County Sheriff Leroy Ravenell.

“Federal officers and investigators from the Sheriff’s Office conducted an undercover investigation on Luis Tyler and observed him accept delivery of full-size video game with 55 pounds of marijuana hidden inside the machine on Tuesday, April 16. Officers conducted a traffic stop, seizing the Pac-Man video game, the marijuana and Tyler’s vehicle,” Ravenell said in a press release Saturday.

“Our efforts to make Orangeburg safe will not stop. We are and will continue to investigate the criminals in our community and make arrests. You may be looking for a high score but what you’ll get is ‘game over!’” he said,

Judge Derrick Dash set bond at $75,000 on the 40-year-old Tyler, of 185 Joseph Street.

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