Berkeley County drug and gun bust leads to man being arrested again
Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office has arrested and charged a man after already being previously arrested on Tuesday, November 28.
On Tuesday, December 5 deputies responded to the North Main Street in the Bonneau area of Berkeley County about a possible drunk driver that had pulled off of the roadway.
Upon deputies’ arrival, they observed a man, Tim Cannon Jr., asleep in the driver’s seat of a Ford Explorer with a black Taurus Judge .410 pistol in his right hand.
After officers were able to get Cannon out of the Ford Explorer, they found 3 mg of a crystal like material that field tested presumptive to be methamphetamine, a blue tablet that field presumptive to be Oxytocin and a hand rolled cigarette containing a green plant like material that that field tested presumptive to be marijuana.
Deputies said they recognized Cannon from previous interactions with him.
Cannon was previously arrested and charged for similar charges.
For the previous charges, Cannon received a $25,000 surety bond for possession of methamphetamine, $50.000 surety for felon in possession of a firearm, $25,000 surety bond for unlawful carrying of a firearm and $10,000 for possession of a controlled substance.