Sheriff Looking for 6th Suspect from Drug Raid

Wanted By Sheriff

The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office announced yesterday afternoon that investigators are trying to find a sixth suspect in connection with a drug investigation last week. A Narcotics unit executed a search warrant Thursday, October 8th at 229 Cow Trail, off US 221 north of Laurens. WLBG reported Monday on the five people arrested. 37-year-old Lawrence Ventree Woodruff of Cow Trail Road was charged with the most cases, including two counts of drug trafficking. The sixth person now being sought is facing a comparable number of charges.

Yesterday’s Sheriff’s statement reported that from vehicles and residence on Cow Trail, deputies seized 223 grams of Methamphetamine, 92 grams of Marijuana, 13 grams of Crack-Cocaine and 42 dosage units of Ecstasy. Deputies also noted finding $6,684.00 in currency, a Taurus firearm and two firearms that had been reported stolen.

In addition to the five persons arrested following the search warrant execution on Cow Trail October 8th, The Sheriff’s Office is now looking for a sixth suspect. She is identified as Rebecca Nichole Wilkie of Clinton. She is reportedly wanted in connection with this case for charges of Trafficking in Cocaine Base, Trafficking in Meth, Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute, Possession of Ecstasy with Intent to Distribute, Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime and two counts, Possession of a Stolen Pistol.

Anyone with information about Ms. Wilkie is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (864) 984-4967 or you may remain anonymous by calling Laurens County Crimestoppers at (864) 68-CRIME.

Sheriff Don Reynolds said the Greenville County Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force assisted with executing the search warrant. He thanked Laurens County Deputies and the Greenville Task Force for their hard work.