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Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office officials said Bolick had been a detention center officer since September 2012.
"I was embarrassed Air Huarache Burnt Metal Blue about it first, but I was like, I'm not embarrassed. I didn't do this and I'm not going to tolerate this," Wright said.
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said that Bolick's motivation was money, and that Bolick told officers that it was the first time he'd sold drugs.
Bolick is charged with three counts of possession of a Schedule IV drug with intent to distribute, the warrants said.
AND I'M GABRIELLE KOMOROWSKI. IN FOR CAROL. WE BEGIN WITH THE ARREST OF AN UPSTATE JAILER WHO POLICE SAY WAS CAUGHT ON CAMERA SELLING DRUGS DURING AN UNDERCOVER OPERATION. WYFF NEWS FOUR'S MIKE MCCORMICK IS LIVE AND LOCAL AT THE SPARTANBURG COUNTY DETENTION CENTER. MIKE. WHAT'D YOU FIND OUT? THE SHERIFF SAYS THAT OFFICER WHO WORKED IN A POD HERE AT THE DETENTION CENTER HAD PRESCRIPTIONS FOR THE DRUGS HE WAS SELLING. THESE ARE THE THREE WARRANTS CHARGING HIM WITH POSSESSION OF DRUGS WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE FIRST OFFENSE. WHITE PILLS. AND ANOTHER PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION. THAT'S WHAT GREER POLICE SAY ROBERT BOLICK SOLD TO AN UNDERCOVER OFFICER THIS WEEK. ACCORDING TO WARRANTS THE DRUGS WERE THOSE USED TO TREAT ANXIETY. AND OPIOID DEPENDENCE. 57:48 "i'm glad they caught him. We don't want drug dealers in our neighborhood and I don't care what clothes they wear." THE SPARTANBURG COUNTY SHERIFF SAYS UNTIL THE ARREST BOLICK WORE THE UNIFORM OF A DETENTION CENTER OFFICER. BUT HE'S SINCE BEEN FIRED. 1:58 "i've got 540 plus employees here that wouldn't even consider doing that. This one here's made us look Huaraches Black
The warrants say Robert Lee Bolick sold suboxone sublingual films and alprazolam, both controlled substances, to an undercover officer with the Greer Police Department.
"I know law enforcement don't make the greatest exorbitant amount of money in the world, but why don't you do like the rest of the officers here, live within your means or go get you a part time job and work and that doesn't include selling your prescriptions," Wright said.
pretty bad and I'm aggravated about it." BOLICK HAD BEEN A JAILER SINCE SEPTEMBER 2012. 58:35 "i'm very aggravated that a guy we allowed to wear our badge and represented our law enforcement community has violated the exact same thing that we swore not to do." THE SHERIFF SAYS BOLICK TOLD OFFICERS THAT THAT WAS THE FIRST TIME HE'D SOLD DRUGS. 4:33 "somehow I just have a hard time believing that." THE SHERIFF SAYS BOLICK ALSO TOLD OFFICERS THAT HE COMMITTED THE CRIME BECAUSE HE NEEDED THE MONEY. 5:02 'I know law enforcement don't make the greatest exorbitant amount of money in the world, but why don't you do like the rest of the officers here, live within your means or go get you a part time job and work and that doesn't include selling your prescriptions." SLED IS NOW INVESTIGATING THE SHERIFF SAYS THAT'S BECAUSE HE WANTS TO KNOW IF BOLICK PROVIDED DRUGS TO INMATES OR IF ANY OTHER OFFICERS WERE INVOLVED. 6:36 "we put drug dealers in jail. We don't employ them." WE WENT BY ROBERT BOLICK'S HOME IN COWPENS TO GET HIS SIDE OF THE STORY BUT NO ONE ANSWERED THE DOOR. MIKE MCCORMICK, WYFF NEWS FOUR, LIVE IN SPARTANBURG COUNTY.
Sheriff Chuck Wright said he asked theSouth Carolina Law Enforcement Division to look into whether or not Bolick provided inmates with drugs and whether or not any other employees of the detention center or Sheriff's Office Nike Air Huarache 2k Filth Low
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