2 Conway men jailed after raid reveals cocaine, fentanyl

Leroy Moultrie (left), 26, and Byron Graham (right), 34, each face numerous drug trafficking charges after a house was raided in Conway.
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CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – On Tuesday, Conway officers searched a home and recovered drugs, a gun, stolen goods and cash.

Conway police say the investigation into the home began in May after they received complaints about suspicious activity at the home on Blount Street.

During the search, investigators seized 21.7 grams of cocaine, 17.4 grams of crack, 1.96 grams of fentanyl, 31 grams of marijuana, a 9mm handgun, ammunition, a stolen flat screen TV and more than $1,600 in cash.

Two Conway men were arrested and taken to J Reuben Long Detention Center. According to Lt. Selena Small with the Conway Police Department, officers arrested Byron Graham, 34, and Leroy Moultrie, 26, both of Conway.

Each man was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, PWID marijuana close proximity to school, trafficking cocaine, trafficking cocaine close proximity to school, trafficking crack cocaine, trafficking crack cocaine close proximity to school, PWID heroin, PWID heroin close proximity to school, possession of pistol by certain persons.

In addition, Graham faces one charge of receiving stolen goods.

Conway Police Street Crimes unit was assisted by Myrtle Beach SWAT and the 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit, according to the press release.