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Raid at Long County store yields alleged drugs, shot-house sales
Long County Sheriffs Office officers stand behind the alcohol that they claim were being sold illegally and illegal drugs allegedly seized from Bs Corner Store during a raid Thursday. - photo by Photo provided.

The Long County Sheriff’s Office raided B’s Corner Store uncovering alleged drugs and illegal alcohol sales Thursday.

The raid occurred around 1:40 p.m. and was based on an ongoing investigation that led to a search warrant, according to the LCSO.

Narcotics investigator Sgt. Austin McGinn led a team of deputies to the store at 667 Godfrey Road to serve the warrant.

The store is actually closer to Allenhurst than Ludowici, but is inside Long County.

Sgt. David Horton, Cpl. Jake Durham and Advanced Deputy Aaron Combs assisted McGinn during the search, which yielded the discovery of alleged cocaine, paraphernalia and evidence of illegal sales of alcohol.

Deputies arrested Cadarrell E. Wilcox, 43, of an Allenhurst. He will be charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. The incident is still under investigation with more possible charges pending.

The LCSO reported that the U.S. currency seized during this Investigation will be subject to forfeiture.

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