OCONEE CO., S.C. (WSPA) – The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office will be holding an auction to sell vehicles and equipment that were seized during drug investigations.
The auction will take place at the Oconee County Vehicle Maintenance Facility on Wells Highway in Seneca.
It will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 29th.
The auction will end when all items are sold.
All vehicles and equipment have been searched to make sure that no drugs or drug paraphernalia are inside.
Everything will be sold as is and without warranties. And all sales are final.
You can only buy items with cash or check, the sheriff’s office says.
They say if you buy an item, you are responsible for the removal of the item on the day of the auction.
Here is a list of the items that will be for sale:
- Five Briggs-n-Stratton Push Mowers
- 2003 Nissan Altima – Silver in Color
- 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe – Black in Color – 169,912 miles
- Sea Ray Boat and Trailer
- 2007 Harley Davidson – 20, 327 miles
- Yamaha 4×4 Timberwolf – 4-wheeler
- Yamaha 4×4 Big Bear – 4-wheeler
- Black 4×4 – 4-wheeler
- Kawasaki – 4×4 Brute Force
- Black bed cover for GMC short bed
- Woods and Water tool box – silver in color
- Craftsman tool box – red in color
- Two black third-row Tahoe seats
- Gun safe
- Motorized chair
- Scanner and adding machine
Pictures of the Black Bed Cover for the GMC short bed and the two black third-row Tahoe seats are currently unavailable.
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