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Posted: Friday, November 15, 2013 10:18 am | Updated: 3:20 pm, Fri Nov 15, 2013.

Seven suspects have been charged in connection with an Horry County police drug operation in the Racepath community near Myrtle Beach.

Jacob Ronald Clark, 33, of Myrtle Beach; Ricky Allen Cooper, 50, of Conway; Harold Lowden Hazelbaker, 43, of Surfside Beach; Michelle Mari Johonson, 45, of Myrtle Beach; and Mihail Leonid Lubarsky, 32, of Myrtle Beach, were each charged with one count of attempt to possess drugs, police said in a statement.

Two others were charged with other drug related offenses.

Tammy Evette Eller, 43, of Longs, was charged with attempt to posses drugs, driving under suspension and open container in vehicle.

Michael Dewarren Spivey, 41, of Myrtle Beach, was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine.

On Nov. 13, police conducted a drug operation in the Racepath community in response to information of drug activity in the area.

Detectives with the police department's narcotics and vice section along with the street crimes unit conducted the operation.

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