No Parole Possible

Meth Trafficker; Guilty

Stacie Bartro
September 16, 2019 - 9:49 am

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Deputies serving a domestic violence warrant find Meth....

Shannon Randolph Bryant pled guilty to trafficking Methamphetamine on September 10th.  Seventeen months earlier, the Anderson County Sheriff's Office served a domestic violence warrant and found Methamphetamine on Bryant.

A search warrant for the Morningside Drive home in Anderson turned up a little over 282 grams of Meth.

Bryant's criminal record dates back to the 90's.

Bryant has been sentenced to 10 years, no-parole, and must serve at least 8 and half years of his sentence.

Press Release from the Office of the Solicitor, David R. Wagner, Anderson & Oconee Counties:

(Anderson, SC). On September 10th, Shannon Randolph Bryant pled guilty to Trafficking Methamphetamine and received a sentence of 10 years. 

This is a no-parole offense and classified as a serious offense for which he will have to serve at least eight and a half years.
On April 8, 2018, deputies from the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office  attempted to serve a domestic violence warrant at 211 Morningside Drive in Anderson County on this Defendant. 

The deputies entered the home and found Methamphetamine on Bryant. 

A search warrant was obtained for the residence and during the execution of the search warrant 282.62g of methamphetamine was found.
Mr. Bryant is a long-time criminal and has a record that dates back to the early nineties.

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