Lexington County deputies have arrested a man and a woman after seizing meth, guns and thousands of dollars during a traffic stop and the search of a home.
Kelly Ann Jordan, 33, is charged with trafficking meth and possessing a weapon during a violent crime, according to arrest warrants. Clifford Lee Kyzer, 33, is charged with trafficking meth, possessing a weapon during a violent crime, operating a chop shop and receiving stolen goods, according to warrants.
“A deputy saw Jordan cross over the right hand fog line as she drove along Two Notch Road early Wednesday morning,” Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said. “Jordan pulled into a parking lot on South Lake Drive and ran away, followed soon by an unidentified passenger.”
A second deputy on scene eventually apprehended Jordan, who tossed a glass pipe frequently used to smoke meth, according to Koon.
“Deputies searched Jordan’s car and found about two kilograms of meth, $12,560 in cash and a handgun,” Koon said.
Narcotics agents later executed a search warrant at the home Jordan’s car was seen leaving before the traffic stop and seized 15 ounces of meth, eight guns, ammunition, body armor and $2,520 in cash, according to Koon.
“Investigators also found several stolen cars at Kyzer’s Two Notch Road home that had been altered to disguise their original appearance and avoid detection,” Koon said. “Two of the cars were reported stolen out of Lexington County.”
Jordan, a resident of Anderson County, is being held in the Lexington County Detention Center. Kyzer has been released after posting bail.