Apparently ecstasy pays the bills and it pays bonds. Take the case of Kyle Whitney Anderson of Long Shadow Lane in the Northwoods Estates area of North Charleston.
Anderson was stopped near Calabash, North Carolina in Brunswick County this past Wednesday. Authorities discovered 174 grams (or 6.2 ounces) of ecstasy in his vehicle. He was arrested on a variety of charges and given a $100,000 bond. North Carolina authorities notified NCPD who drafted a search warrant for Anderson’s home on Long Shadow Lane. They found an additional kilo (or 2.2 pounds) of ecstasy in the home when they executed the search warrant.
Anderson has a previous charge pending. It seems he was charged by North Charleston with trafficking ecstasy on 4 February, 2014 and paid his $50,000 bond two days later. That charge is still pending.
The latest charges have not been entered yet. Anderson may still be in jail in North Carolina. His bond was set at $100,000 on charges of PWID Ecstasy, Maintaining a Vehicle for Controlled Substances and two counts of Trafficking Ecstasy. According to authorities in North Carolina the investigation has been going on for six months.
Anderson has no prior history in Charleston County, but we noticed in the record his attorney is from Columbia. We checked the Richland County database and came up with some additional information.
Trafficking Marijuana – Pled down to PWID Marijuana by the 5th Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced by the judge of dubious merit and Obama nominee to the U.S. District Court in Columbia, Judge Alison Lee, to five years, suspended in favor of three years of probation which may be terminated at the discretion of the Department of Probation and Parole. They might want to look into that now.
PWID Marijuana – Dismissed by the 5th Circuit Solicitor.
Simple Possession of Marijuana – Dismissed by the 5th Circuit Solicitor.
If Anderson was fronted that much ecstasy he is going to have some explaining to do to someone. These organizations don’t take kindly to losing that much product.