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Springdale Police seeking third suspect in connection to Gaming House
Thursday, September 6, 2012

LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC - Springdale Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Sharon D. Curry (D.O.B. 5/13/1969) for her involvement in a gaming house that was busted by the Springdale Police Department. Curry lives at 1103 Wattling Road in the Town of Springdale and is being charged with Operating a Gaming House.

Springdale Police Chief Kevin Cornett announces the arrest of two individuals for allegedly possessing narcotics and operating a gaming house.

Springdale Police Department has been conducting a two month long investigation in reference to illegal drug activity at 1103 Wattling Road in the Town of Springdale. The Springdale Police Department issued a search warrant for the residence in reference to that drug investigation. They asked the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department to assist with serving that warrant.

At 0830 this morning the two agencies served the search warrant. Once inside officer located eight (8) illegal gaming devices and called for SLED to assist. Officers also located Marijuana, Scheduled Narcotics, and US Currency. The Springdale Police Department seized the eight machines, the Marijuana, the pills, and over $3,000 in US currency. A Lexington County magistrate has determined that the 8 devices are illegal video gambling devices, which are subject to seizure by law enforcement.

Springdale Police Department has arrested Darryl S. Taylor (D.O.B. 7/3/65) and Gregory Guess (D.O.B. 5/27/65). Taylor is charged with Unlawful Possession of a Schedule III Narcotic and Operating a Gaming House. Guess is charged with Possession of Marijuana and Operating a Gaming House. The investigation is still ongoing and other arrests are expected.

Chief Cornett encourages anyone that may have information on illegal gaming houses or illegal gambling operations to notify law enforcement or to contact Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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