Meth Thrown Thru the Window

Two people were arrested Monday after methamphetamine was reportedly thrown from a window of the vehicle they were in, north of Laurens.

38-year-old Natalie Joanne Castano of 203 Brandy Lane, Clinton was initially issued traffic tickets by Sheriff’s Narcotics Investigator Veal, charging her with Driving under Suspension, Operating an Uninsured Vehicle and an Improper Display at 5:04 Monday afternoon on Fleming Mill Road.

Yesterday, she was served with a warrant charging her with Possession of a Controlled Substance. It cites an investigation by Officer Veal as indicating that on December 4th she was in a vehicle from which more than one gram of Methamphetamine was thrown out of a window on Fleming Mill Road.

Cash or surety bonds were set at $10,000 on the Meth charge and totaling $1,319 on the three traffic tickets. Natalie Joanne Castano remained in custody this morning.

The second person arrested, 49-year-old Ricky Lee Goode of 111 Cedar Grove Church Road, Laurens, was served with a warrant yesterday charging him with Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute.

The warrant cites an investigation of Narcotics Investigator Matt Veal as indicating that on December 4th Ricky Lee Goode was in a vehicle on Fleming Mill Road from which more than one gram of methamphetamine was thrown from a window. Ricky Lee Goode was still in custody this morning, awaiting a bond hearing.