S.C. SWAT team used to enhance manpower for search


By Pearce Adams
Anderson Independent-Mail


ANDERSON, S.C. — Two days after two Anderson residents were fined for not being licensed to run a business stocked with 276 containers of beer and 57 bottles of liquor, an Anderson police official said the report of SWAT involvement was misleading.

Randall Williams, spokesman for the city police, said Wednesday that members of the SWAT team did participate in a search warrant June 25 on South Fant Street, but the team members were only there to provide manpower and were not involved in a "tactical operation."

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