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2 wanted after evidence of meth production found in Bennettsville home

Left: Robert Leviner, Jr., Right: Jessica Leviner. (Source: MCSO) Left: Robert Leviner, Jr., Right: Jessica Leviner. (Source: MCSO)

MARLBORO COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – The Marlboro County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two people wanted after they found evidence of methamphetamine production at a Bennettsville residence.

Sheriff Knight is seeking information on the whereabouts of Robert Allen Leviner Jr., also known as Bobby, and Jessica T Leviner, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office. They reside in the 100 block of Highway 79 in Bennettsville and are both wanted for possession of methamphetamine.

The MCSO received numerous complains about a residence, and has been conducted an investigation into the complains for a while, the release states. A few weeks ago, the MCSO executed a search warrants of the residence, and found a “wealth of evidence that is commonly used in the production of meth.”

A few days later, MCSO investigators stopped Jessica Leviner after conducting surveillance after she left a local pharmacy in Bennettsville.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these two is asked to call 911 or MCSO at 843-479-5605 and asked to speak to an investigator.

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