Rock Hill man charged with distributing cocaine at one of his businesses, drug officers say


A Rock Hill man with ties to two restaurants in downtown Rock Hill has been arrested and charged with distributing cocaine while at one of the restaurants, according to our partners at CN2.

Adam Perlowich allegedly distributed the drugs at the Tattooed Brews LLC restaurant on Main Street.

Perlowich is facing multiple charges, including possession with intent to distribute cocaine near a park, according to York County’s Multi-Law Drug Enforcement Unit.

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Officers said the arrest comes after months of investigation when Perlowich sold drugs to undercover detectives at Tattooed Brews.

Officers also found a sawed-off shotgun and marijuana when they went to his home to arrest him.

Perlowich is currently being held at the Moss Justice Center in York County.

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