South Carolina Man Arrested On Charges in Manchester

Charlton Wheller Floyd

Charlton Wheller Floyd intake photo from the Coffee County Jail.

A South Carolina man was booked into the Coffee County Jail after he allegedly was found to be in possession of drugs.
According to a report by Manchester Police Officer Daniel Ray, the officer was sent to the Red Roof Inn in reference to a disturbance. When the officer arrived, he learned that Charlton Wheller Floyd, 23, was in the lobby restroom. The man became belligerent when the officer knock on the door and identified himself.
Floyd cracked the door open and Officer Ray says that he saw several pills laying on the counter along with several syringes. The officer instructed the man to open the door up but Floyd refused to do so and slammed the door shut. But the officer was able to push the door open.
The South Carolina man was arrested and the officer allegedly found five morphine tablets and three syringes and a spoon in the restroom.
Floyd was charged with resisting arrest, possession of schedule II and unlawful drug paraphernalia uses and activities. He was booked into the Coffee County Jail under a bond of a $20,000 and he is to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court Dec. 8.