DARLINGTON COUNTY, SC (WMBF) Two women and a man have now been charged with manufacturing methamphetamine after deputies found a "shake and bake" lab inside an abandoned mobile home on Sunday.
Capt. Andy Locklair, spokesman for the Darlington County Sheriff's Office, said deputies received a suspicious vehicle call regarding a car in the backyard of an abandoned mobile home along Clyde Road in the Hartsville area. When they arrived, they heard noises inside the home.
At that time, someone ran out of the home and into a wooded area, Locklair said. Kelli Lee Weaver was then found during a search.
Locklair said deputies found a strong odor inside the home and then discovered the "shake and bake" methamphetamine lab.
Wednesday, Locklair said two additional suspects were arrested by deputies in connection to the methamphetamine lab bust. Sharon Denise Hall, 43, and Chadwick Wayne Johnson, 33, have been charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.
All three remain incarcerated in the Darlington County Detention Center.