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Florence Drug Suppliers Sentenced in Federal Court

U.S. Attorney’s Office November 13, 2009
  • District of South Carolina (803) 929-3000

COLUMBIA, SC—United States Attorney W. Walter Wilkins announced that two men who were responsible for large amounts of illegal drugs in Florence were sentenced in federal court to lengthy terms of imprisonment. United States District Judge R. Bryan Harwell sentenced Quentin David Morris, age 27, of Florence, to 360 months' imprisonment and Darryl Demetria Bostic, age 35, of Florence, to 235 months' imprisonment.

Evidence in the case established that for at least six years, Morris and Bostic received kilograms of cocaine from Atlanta on a regular basis and then distributed cocaine and crack cocaine in Florence and the surrounding communities.

The case was investigated by the Florence County Sheriff’s Office, the Florence Police Department, the Darlington County Sheriff’s Office, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the United States Marshal Service, and prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Rose Mary Parham.

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