Spartanburg County, SC (WSPA) – A woman has been charged after lawmakers confiscated more than $ 3.5 million worth of drugs on February 24 in Spartanburg County.
According to the Spartanburg Sheriff’s Office, on February 24, the Drug Enforcement Administration received information that a freight company was delivering drugs to Spartanburg.
After K-9 warned deputies about the container, a search was carried out, which resulted in the discovery of 28 kilograms of methamphetamine.
The next day a controlled delivery of the container was made to the 100th quarter of Convair Drive in Spartanburg, the house owned by the suspect in the district.
The sheriff’s office said the suspect ordered undercover officers where to place the container.
After the suspect took possession of the container, she was detained by officers and the house was searched.
Inside the house, deputies found 15 kilograms of heroin, two-kilogram presses and 547 grams of blue compressed tablets.
The woman’s young child was also in the house and taken into custody.
Deputies accused Jajahira Satela-Quitterio, 25, of Piedmont, of trafficking more than 400 grams of methamphetamine, trafficking more than 28 grams of heroin and illicit child abuse.
The sheriff’s office said the street value of the drugs found was as follows:
- methamphetamine approx. $ 1,736,940.00
- heroin approx. $ 1,858,560.00
- blue pills approx. $ 108,960.00
Total: $ 3,704,460.00
Satellite-Quitterio appeared in court to secure the obligations, where she was not given bail. Her commitment was postponed to the district court.
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