Rock Hill father, son charged with selling marijuana

A Rock Hill father and son remain in jail under $10,000 bond each after drug agents charged both with marijuana possession and sales at the family home near a school, police and jail records show.

Paul Wayne Main, 45, and Michael Anthony Main, 20, both were charged Thursday at their mobile home on Cottonwood Drive in Rock Hill after drug agents earlier bought marijuana from the son in a controlled buy, then obtained a search warrant from a judge alleging the drug sales at the home, said Marvin Brown, commander of the York County Multijurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit. While serving the search warrant late Thursday, officers found 120 grams of marijuana stashed under the mobile home, Brown said.

The marijuana was being sold in small bags for $5 per gram, Brown said. The home is off Dave Lyle Boulevard near York Technical College.

The father had the drug connections while the son did the actual sales, Brown said.

“Neither one had a job and they said it was because of hard economic times,” Brown said.

Both remained in jail Saturday at the York County detention center, officials at the Moss Justice Center said.
via : Charlotte Observer

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