ROCK HILL, S.C. - Alphonzo Lamont Mayfield, 44, of McGee Road in Rock Hill, is accused of supplying drugs near Baxter area bars in Rock Hill and Fort Mill, police told The Herald.
Mayfield was taken into custody Wednesday and charged with 17 felonies.
Mayfield sold an undercover agent drugs at a bar in the popular Baxter Village area, police told The Herald.
People in the area reported possible drug sales in the area to police.
Officers arrested Mayfield in the parking lot of a store in Rock Hill Wednesday night.
Police found a gun and drugs in his car.
Police got a search warrant for Mayfield’s apartment, which is across the street from Ebinport Elementary School in Rock Hill, and they found about 40 grams of cocaine, 65 doses of Oxycodone pills, Ecstasy pills and a weapon, officers told The Herald.
Officers also seized around $8,000 in cash from the apartment.
Mayfield is charged with trafficking both cocaine and Oxycodone; two weapon charges; five charges of possession of drugs with intent to distribute near a school; and several drug distribution crimes, according to police and jail records.
Mayfield is being held without bond at the York County jail.
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