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Deputies: Anderson Co. man wanted since 2003 faces additional charge

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Jack Daniel Glenn (Source: Oconee Co. Sheriff's Office) Jack Daniel Glenn (Source: Oconee Co. Sheriff's Office)
WALHALLA, SC (FOX Carolina) -

An Anderson County man with outstanding warrants dating back to 2003 was arrested Saturday after deputies said he was found with drug paraphernalia during a checkpoint stop.

Oconee County deputies were operating the checkpoint along Coneross Creek Road when the suspect's vehicle stopped. They said the driver, later identified as 38-year-old Jack Daniel Glenn, was found with a bag containing drug paraphernalia.

After receiving his permission to search the car and bag, deputies said they found methamphetamine, marijuana and a bottle of prescription drugs with no label on it.

When deputies ran Glenn's name, they said he had outstanding arrest warrants from November 2003 for receiving/possession of stolen goods and an April 2004 warrant for second-degree burglary.

Deputies said they arrested Glenn on the warrants and new charges of possession of methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance (Lorazepam) along with traffic ticket for simple possession of marijuana.

On March 27, deputies announced an additional charge against Glenn after stolen items were found in his vehicle during the traffic stop.

According to warrants, five days earlier, Glenn entered a building in Seneca and stole records, scrap metal and an old refrigerator.

Glenn was given the additional charge of third degree burglary.

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