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Evans Bust: Marijuana & $45,000 Hidden in Walls & Shed

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Four people were arrested Wednesday night when Columbia County officers executed a search warrant at 4752 Mahoney Drive in Evans.

In one bedroom, they found 28.35 grams of marijuana and schedule 2 pills, sheriff’s Capt. Steve Morris said. In another bedroom, a marijuana grow was found in a closet with a security system. Holly Colbert was found to be in possession of marijuana, schedule 2 and schedule 4 pills.

“The shed in the backyard was searched and 848.95 grams of marijuana was found concealed in a boat and walls of the shed with approximately $45,000,” Capt. Morris said.

Storm Houk was charged with Possession of Marijuana with Intent, Possession of Schedule 2 Drug.

Holly Colbert was charged with Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Schedule 2 and 4 Drugs.

Blaze Houk (pictured) was charged with Possession of Marijuana with Intent.

Duane Houk was charged with Manufacturing Marijuana and Possession of Marijuana with Intent. (Mugshots were not available for all suspects)

Link to more mugs: https://www.facebook.com/thejailreport/photos/a.373077023158.157653.372777548158/10152321235768159/?type=1&theater

Greg Rickabaugh
Greg Rickabaugh
Greg Rickabaugh is an award-winning crime reporter in the Augusta-Aiken area with experience writing for The Augusta Chronicle, The Augusta Press and serving as publisher of The Jail Report. Rickabaugh is a 1994 graduate of the University of South Carolina and has appeared on several crime documentaries on the Investigation Discovery channel.

8 COMMENTS

    • And that’s supposed to be funny why Columbia County has plenty of money but think about these dudes lives which was already rough getting rougher and now they won’t be able to make it legally cause nobody hires or pays worth a damn after you make a mistake so who is the real criminals here the ones that don’t know what it is to struggle and go hungry for days or not know where ur gonna sleep and try to get a job but nobody will give u a chance because ur a lil rough around the edges they profile it happens to me so what choice does that leave it was just pot they weren’t breaking into houses or committing armed robbery they had to eat

          • If you are so hell bent on proving your point, it would be behoove you to make it grammatically correct. That way, people can take you seriously. Otherwise not only is it hard to comprehend exactly what you are saying, you also come off as being some uneducated punk. Just saying…

          • Hey Pdennis! I doubt the moderator’s will let you post your comment so I will be happy to oblige by copy and pasting it (sans f-bombs) so the world can see how moronic someone sounds when they can’t spell or write complete sentences.

            “^^^^ How the f— you gone get on he or she about their grammar. If you gone do allat make sure you come correct yourself. Smh. You look dumb as hell incorrectly correcting someone. “It would be behoove you”? Smh makes absolutely no sense. You get Donkey of the day. However that was tha longest sentence known to man. Rs. Lol but whatever. Ya’ll both clowning to me.”

            I rest my case….

          • Hey Pdennis! I doubt the moderator’s will let you post your comment so I will be happy to oblige by copying and pasting it (sans f-bombs) so the world can see how moronic someone sounds when they can’t spell or write complete sentences.

            “^^^^ How the f— you gone get on he or she about their grammar. If you gone do allat make sure you come correct yourself. Smh. You look dumb as hell incorrectly correcting someone. “It would be behoove you”? Smh makes absolutely no sense. You get Donkey of the day. However that was tha longest sentence known to man. Rs. Lol but whatever. Ya’ll both clowning to me.”

            I rest my case….

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