Hollie Henderson (left) and Millard Strickland. (Seneca Police Dept.)
Some of the drugs and guns police seized. (Seneca Police Dept.)
The Pine Street home where police found the drugs, guns and made two arrests. (Sept. 28, 2012/FOX Carolina)
SENECA, SC (FOX Carolina) -
Seneca police made their largest seizure of methamphetamine in the city's history Thursday when officers took more than $30,000 worth of drugs off the streets.
Police Chief John Covington said they arrested two people in connection with the drug seizure following an investigation and drug operation at a home on Pine Street.
With the help of Oconee County deputies, police said they found a large amount of methamphetamine, marijuana and crack-cocaine at the home, along with a stolen moped, a police scanner, surveillance cameras, several handguns, shotguns, a rifle, digital scales, concealment containers and glass meth pipes.
Millard Strickland, 35, and Hollie Henderson, 27, both residents of the home, were arrested by police.
Strickland and Henderson were charged with possession with intent to distribute crack-cocaine, possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute marijuana, and trafficking methamphetamine.
Strickland was also charged with possession of stolen goods.
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