Lexington County man convicted on drug charges
A Lexington County man was convicted this week on multiple drug-related charges.
Marshall Mack, 41, was found guilty of possession with intent to distribute heroin, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, and possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
Mack was sentenced to 10 years, suspended upon the service of 7 years in prison, on the heroin and crack cocaine charges. These charges are classified as “serious offenses” under South Carolina law.
The sentence was handed down by Circuit Court Judge Roger L. Couch.
Mack had previously been convicted of drug offenses, including distribution of crack cocaine, along with prior convictions for criminal domestic violence and failure to stop for a blue light.