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Deputies: Man threatens narcotics officer after charged with trafficking meth near school

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UNION, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Union County Sheriff's Office said a Jonesville man is facing charges after he was arrested with methamphetamine near a school.

On Wednesday, deputies said they received information that 25-year-old Latavian Pashard Brannon was delivering a large quantity of meth to someone on Lowry Street.

After setting up surveillance, deputies said they spotted Brannon arriving at the location and surrounded his vehicle.

When deputies approached Brannon, they said he had a plastic bag of a clear rock-like substance believed to be crystal meth, which he tried to drop out the car window.

Brannon was arrested and charged with trafficking meth and trafficking meth within half a mile of a school.

Deputies said when Brannon was taken into custody, he made a threat to kill the narcotics officer when he gets out. An additional warrant was signed for threatening the life of a public official.

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