Horry County police arrested four people after a traffic stop lead to distribution of methamphetamine charges for four people.
Tyrell Myers, 18, Igor Lourenco, 20, Tequenez Wilson, 20, and Laqueta Harrell, 19, all of Myrtle Beach, were all arrested and charged with Manufacture, Distribution of Methamphetamine, according to an incident report from Horry County police.
Officers pulled over a Chevrolet Cavalier around 5:10 a.m. Tuesday on Mr. Joe White Avenue in Myrtle Beach after they noticed the car did not have a tag light, a police report states.
Police said they noticed an open container of beer lying in the rear floor, so the officer told the suspects to get out of the car.
An officer recognized one of the suspects as Laqueta Harrell, who is wanted out of Massachusetts for an armed robbery.
During a search of the car, officers located a clear white baggy containing an off-white substance in the center console, the report added.
One of the suspects said "the beer was his but not the meth."
Officers search the suspects and found more of the off-white substance in a baggy on one of the suspects.
They were all arrested and taken to J. Reuben Long Detention Center.
During a body cavity search of Harrell, police found 12 individually wrapped clear plastic bags.
The total roadside weight of the drugs was 55 grams, the report added.