Former Clemson Baseball Player Arrested in Massive Drug Operation

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The Slate via Barstool Sports – Former Clemson baseball player, Bradley Lewis Felder, pleaded guilty to federal drug charges including conspiracy to possess and intent to distribute “molly” and at least 50 kilograms of marijuana.

Drug Enforcement Administration agents began investigating Felder, Berry and others in 2013 for importing and distributing high-grade marijuana and molly in Richland and Lexington counties.

Investigators learned Felder was importing the marijuana from northern California and the molly from an unknown source in China. Felder rented several houses and apartments in the area primarily to receive shipments of molly, the release stated.

Felder reportedly paid friends, including Berry, in cash or marijuana to accept the packages.

During the investigation, agents intercepted about nine packages of molly, each containing a kilogram, and about $150,000 in cash from Felder.”

Law enforcement arrested him in the parking garage at the Gates of Williams Brice Apartments near the University of South Carolina’s football stadium. After the arrest, agents seized $1,481.90 in cash, several cell phones, a loaded .45 caliber pistol and two watches valued at $64,000 and $46,356.

Pictures on the cell phones showed stacks of money in bundles and plastic containers. In February, Felder led agents to his family’s farm in Bowman, where they unearthed a bag containing $1,768,031.”

$2 million?!?!? Must have been one hell of a drug operation if you’ve got multiple seven-figures stashed underground at a farm.