WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested an Anderson County man over the weekend on multiple charges, including warrants dating back to 2003 and 2004, during a routine driver’s license check.
Jack Daniel Glenn, 38, of 1036 Old Gantt Mill Road in Anderson, was charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance (Lorazepam). Glenn was also issued a uniform traffic ticket for simple possession of marijuana.
Glenn also had two outstanding arrest warrants, one from November 2003 for receiving/possession of stolen goods and an April 2004 warrant for second-degree burglary for entering a Lee Drive residence in Fair Play.
The Sheriff’s Office was conducting a license check Saturday in the 800 block of Coneross Creek Road near Seneca when an older model Chevrolet Blazer pulled up to the checkpoint around 6:34 p.m.
Glenn, the driver of the vehicle, told the deputy he could not find the paperwork to the vehicle because it had recently been bought.
A check of Glenn’s driver’s license showed the outstanding warrants. When Glenn was instructed to step out of the vehicle, he saw Glenn hand some items to the passenger. The deputy also saw a black bag under the driver’s seat. When asked what was in the black bag, Glenn said it contained drug paraphernalia.
A black case found inside the bag contained needles and drug paraphernalia. Officers also found an unlabeled blue pill bottle under some clothes in the passenger’s seat that Glenn said was his. A small baggie containing what appeared to methamphetamine, two small baggies containing what appeared to be marijuana and 23 round white pills were also found.
Glenn was given a personal recognizance bond on the marijuana charge and a combined $17,500 surety bond on the remaining charges.