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Mobile Meth Mopes


After receiving word a mobile meth lab was headed for Trident Hospital, NCPD responded and rounded up two meth mopes. Maybe they wanted to be near the emergency room in the event their meth making ended badly.

We have to wonder why there seems to be no effort to recover the cost of responding to and cleaning up these hazmat situations. Not that these meth mopes actually have an money. Some do own property, though.

Sheri Lynne Nesbitt, of 392 W. Virginia Road in Georgetown, was rounded up and has been charged with Possession of Methamphetamine. She was given a $5,000 bond.




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Nesbitt has an alcohol and drug history dating from 1989 to 1996 in Georgetown County. Her record includes multiple DUI’s, drug possession and theft charges. She seemed to disappear from the coastal counties (or went straight, or just wasn’t caught) after 1996.

We initially thought Sydney Rooney was involved in the meth incident, but her booking time tells a different story. It turns out Rooney’s charge was for Possession of Crack late Friday/early Saturday, so she couldn’t have been involved in the mobile meth lab. Her criminal history is still interesting, though. What you see below are the general sessions charges from a 20 + page rap sheet.

2009 Charges (Berkeley County):

Purchase of Narcotics Near a School  - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.

Possession of Meth - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge Kristi Lea Harrington to 2 years, suspended in favor of 18 months probation.





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2011 Charges (Charleston County):

Possession of Meth - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge Roger Young to 49 days time served.

Possession of Meth - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge Thomas “Felon’s Friend” Hughston to 2 years, suspended on 6 months time served and 2 years probation.

So, five months after being given 18 months probation Rooney is charged with possession of meth again. After being sentenced to 49 days time served on the second charge she is arrested again 3 months later on a charge of possession of meth. She is sentenced to 2 years probation in October 2011.




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Five months later Rooney is arrested again.

2012 Charges (Charleston County):

Possession of Meth - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.




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2012 Charges (Charleston County):

Possession of Meth - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge Roger Young to 30 days time served.



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Alright citizens, you decide if the system is working. In the meantime, check the traffic and the cars near you in the lot for any strange smells or explosions.


One Comment

  1. The second one has a rockin ass mullet.

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