It actually sounds like a smart thing to do when you first read the title, well, for a meth-head at least, I mean drug addicts usually squander their own and loved one's fortune might as well use a loan companies money, right?
Grady Carson, 58, from Jonesville, South Carolina, is the drug addict being discussed. The incident occurred at a loan company named Carolina Title Loans inc located in the city of Spartanburg. Carolina Title Loans inc is one of those short-term notice, high-interest payday loan companies, the interest rate the person has to payback ranges from 96% to 362% dependent on the amount the customer was loaned.
Gary Carson walked into Carolina Title Loans on 25th May and requested, employee Jennifer McCraw, to take a loan out in exchange for his vehicle. Whilst the Jennifer was filling out the necessary paperwork, Gary was uneasily pacing back and forth, he then made the mistake of telling the Jennifer that he needed the money to buy Meth. Jennifer, was nervous after the exchange of words so she faxed her manager, Beverly Mace, who was located in another department to help her, the manager on route to the location to help, contacted the police.
When the police arrived at Carloina Title Loans they searched and arrested Gary Carson. Gary had a vial of crack in his pocket, he stated that it was cocaine but he had no intention of smoking it becasue he prefered Meth. He was charged with possession of drugs and was taken to Spartanburg County Jail.