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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - April 23, 2011, Aiken, South Carolina MSIDETODAY Lindsey Lohan will add another mugshot to her collection. 18A Four nabbed in ‘major’ drug bust Saturday April 23,2011 Vol. 145, No. 113 \ on r Local Source Since I HL/ ====555 www.aikenstandard.com i 'n i ™ Today's Weather * High ■- * 76° ' Full forecast 8C By KAREN DAILY Staff wnter Butler Coleman Jones Lloyd WHAT WAS SEIZED Investigators seized drugs with a combined street value of more than $30,000, which included: » More than 2 pounds of cocaine ► Marijuana ► Ecstasy Jamam Coleman. Two children were also at the home late Thursday when SWAT officers and narcotics investigators raided the home. A 14-year-old boy was changed with simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Me was charged and released to a family member. A 2-year-old child was placed with a family member. Police said more charges may be expected due to the age of the juveto Ie at the resi- ALS0 SEIZED: > Two firearms ► More then $6,CKX) drug money. dence ami the type of activ ny the child was exposal to. While officers conducted a search at the home, a number of residents became unruly and gathered outside. ()ffieials said they were prepared to call in additional officers tor crowd control but additional manpower was not required. Aiken Public Safety was assisted by the Aiken County Shcritrs Office and the Solicitor's Office. Contact Karen Daily at kiiuityia alkene lath hud com Toole Hill residents tipped off' narcotics investigators to a drug operation on Morgan Street that led to the arrest of a “major drug distnbutor" in the area and the seizure of drugs, drug money and firearms. The arrests were the result of a two-w eek long undercover investigation. Kelvin Jones, 28, of IO Roosevelt Court in Aiken. is charged w ith trafficking in more than I .OOO grams of cocaine, possession w ith intent to distribute cocaine within a half-mile of a school and possession of ecstasy. Detective Marty Saws cr said Jones has at least two prim’ drug convictions, adding that the suspect is a known drug dealer in the community. Investigators seized more than two pounds of cocaine, marijuana, ecstasy, two firearms and more than $6,000 in drug money, said Sgt. Aaron Dowdy, a spokesperson for Aiken Public Safety. The total street value of the drugs is estimated in excess of $30,000. Police also charged Kicky Lloyd, 36, of 250 Columbia Ave., with trafficking in Submitted photo courtesy Aiken Department of Public Salety Some of the more than $30,000 worth of drugs, cash and firearms confiscated by law enforcement officials during a raid on a Toole Hill home Thursday night. cocaine and possession with intent to distribute cocaine within a half-mile of a school. Jamaris Coleman, 18, of 462 of Morgan St., is charged with possession w uh intent to distribute marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana within a half-mile of a school. Tiffany Butler, 35, of 462 Morgan St., is charge w uh possession of ecstasy. She is the mother of 18-year-old SUNDAY JOEL OSTEEN: Pastoral Americas largest church Doris Crider Capps, Beaufort Jean M. Carter, Aiken Leroy Moore, Aiken Carlton S. Satterfield, Windsor Deaths and funerals 16A Calendar 3C Classifieds 2D Crossword SC Comics 4C Dear Abby SC Horoscopes SC Markets 13A Movie Listings ic Nation/World 13A Puzzles SC Sports IB TV Listings 2C T-wwwsr *- SUNBELT NISSAN 45 Years of Customer Satisfaction New and Certified Pre-Owned Nissans for less...up to $11,000 off MSRP. Just Across the river up on Washington Road! 3300 WASHINGTON RO / AUGUSTA WWW.SUN8EITNISSAN.COM 706-854-0000 I 800-277-2727 Area eateries gearing up for Easter brunch PGA commissioner commends winner of Junior Invitational Staff reports By NOAH FEIT Stall writer Staff photo by Noah Felt PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem, left presents a gold jacket to Nicholas Reach for winning the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley Golf did). GRANITE VILLI — I "he inaugural Junior Invitational at Sage Valley Golf Club was considered to be a special event. Die presence of PC i A Tour commissioner Tim Finchem added to its mystique. At an award ceremony following the Junior Ins ita-tional on Fnday, Finchem presented a gold jacket to Nicholas Reach, who won by eight strokes. In a brief address, Finchein pointed out the uniqueness of the tournament. “I’ve been giving out awards at tournaments for 17 years,” he said. "This is the first amateur where I’ve done it." So what was it about the Junior Invitational that made it important enough for the PGA commissioner Please see PGA, page 14A Laster Sunday brunch is a tradition with many families. Luckily, several Aiken-area restaurants are offering Plaster Sunday brunches and specials. I Atlanta Bread Company, rayu tar menu, open 8 a m. to 3 pm ► Amen s, open 8 am to 9 pm, breakfast al day. lunch from 10 30 am. to 3 pm ► Casa Bela, open 4 to 8 pm, roast lag of lamb special ► Davor’s Cafe, open 9 am, to 2 pm for brunch ► Eejays. regular menu. 11:30 am. to 3 pm ► fattz Cafe. regular Sunday spe cals, ll am.to9pm ► General Eflaott Im, I pm, 3 pm. and 5 pm, choice of four entrees with trimmings, reserve bons and pre-orders required ► Golden Conal breakfast 7 to II am, dinner 11 am. to 9 pm ► Houndstake Country Club, Easter brunch for dub members only, 11 am to 2 pm, reservations required ► Huddte House, Easter special untill am. I Maxine s, regular buffet, 11 am to 3 pm. ► Riley a Whrtby Bul, Easter brunch from 9 am to I pm. ► O Chariey s, regular brunch from IO am to 3 pm. ► New Moon Cafe, regular branch ♦rom 9 am. to 2 pm. » Wlcox Inn. Eater branch IO am to 3 pm. reservations required Know of a spot that didn't make the list? 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