Child exploitation, meth trafficking indictments issued

  • File photo -- Sheriff Mike Cleveland and deputies pose in June by the Dodge Challenger and the nearly 11 pounds of methamphetamine seized in a traffic stop on I-85. The driver of the car was indicted recently by a Hart County grand jury.
    File photo -- Sheriff Mike Cleveland and deputies pose in June by the Dodge Challenger and the nearly 11 pounds of methamphetamine seized in a traffic stop on I-85. The driver of the car was indicted recently by a Hart County grand jury.
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A South Carolina woman who Hart County Sheriff’s deputies say was carrying nearly 11 pounds of methamphetamine with her when she was stopped on Interstate 85 in June has been indicted by a grand jury.
A Hart County grand jury indicted Hannah Fleming, 27, one charge of trafficking methamphetamine and possession of a firearm during commission of a felony during its August session.
The indictment claims Fleming “did unlawfully possess more than 400 grams of a mixture containing methamphetamine, a Schedule II non-narcotic controlled substance.”

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