Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) investigators partnered with the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) early Thursday morning to conduct a search warrant in Lancaster County. KCSO investigators were armed with an arrest warrant on Shannon “Hambone” Myers, 47, of Fort Mill for being an accessory after the fact - murder in connection to the homicide investigation involving Eddie Baker.
While at the residence, the KCSO and LCSO arrested Myers and four other
drug dealers and users on multiple charges. As a bonus, investigators also recovered
811.5 grams of meth, 49 grams of heroine, 8.35 grams of cocaine,
4.74 grams of marijuana, 7 controlled pills, 29 grams of illegal
mushrooms, 3 handguns, body armor, and $4372 in cash.
Due to deadlines for Friday's edition, the C-I will have a full story on Myers' arrest in Tuesday's edition and here on our website.