South Carolina: Ongoing investigation in Darlington County led to ‘explosive material’ arrest in Myrtle Beach


Court documents provide new information on what authorities found inside a Myrtle Beach apartment complex that led to an ‘explosive material’ arrest.

According to an affidavit, the Myrtle Beach Police Department and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division were called last Wednesday to 830 44th Avenue North in connection to an ongoing investigation in Darlington County.

Authorities served a search warrant which led to the discovery of a plastic container that was halfway filled with a “white powder like substance” in the kitchen area. “The SLED Bomb Squad determined the powder to be presumptive for homemade explosives,” the affidavit states.

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Source: WMBF News