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Seven arrests were made Wednesday as law enforcement spread across Fort Mill and the county during an investigation into the sale and manufacture of fentanyl pills.

Officers seized two pill presses, seven guns, seven pounds of marijuana, and nearly 10 pounds of a substance believed to be a fentanyl mixture. In addition, they seized $23,207.12 in cash.

The FBI earlier confirmed some of the locations as 1720 Banks Road, Fort Mill; 1581 Nunnelly Lane, Fort Mill and 768 Twin Willow Drive, Rock Hill.

Participating in the raids were the York County Multi-jurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit, the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration, York County Sheriff’s Office, Rock Hill Police Department and Fort Mill Police Department.

The names of the seven suspects were not announced in the Fort Mill Police Department’s announcement. But there are seven subjects on the York County Jail Website with serious drug charges from Wednesday. They include Marquis Javaughn Hall, 23, of Rock Hill; Timothy Malik Holley, 22, of Fort Mill; Lamontreal Logan, 21, of Rock Hill; Michael Paul Streeter, 22, of Charlotte; Reginald Khiryahmad Booker, 23, of Greensboro; Elijah Potts, 20, of Gastonia, and Joseph Dee Anderson,20, of Gastonia.

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Greg "Ricky Bobby" Rickabaugh has lived in the Fort Mill and York County community since 2006. He has covered the area while a reporter for The Charlotte Observer and a freelance writer for The Fort Mill...