A former North Charleston Planning Commission chairman is facing drunken driving and drug possession charges. Former North Charleston Planning Commission Chairman Kevin Baltimore is facing charges for drunken driving and drug possession after he was pulled over in a traffic stop last Thursday.
The Post and Courier reports officers found 2.9 grams of cocaine and 5.9 grams of marijuana in Baltimore’s Dodge Ram. When 50-year-old Baltimore was stopped he was reportedly driving under the influence, while having possession of cocaine and marijuana in his vehicle.
After several years as chairman of the North Charleston Planning Commission, Baltimore now serves as a stockbroker by trade. He stepped down from the commission a few months ago.