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Home invasion investigation leads to arrest of two on drug charges

Left: Deandre Lambert: Right: Tameka Lambert (Source: Darlington County Sheriff's Office) Left: Deandre Lambert: Right: Tameka Lambert (Source: Darlington County Sheriff's Office)

DARLINGTON COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Two people were arrested after Darlington County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a reported home invasion and found drugs inside the residence.

According to information from Darlington County Sheriff Wayne Byrd, Deandre Earl Lambert, 29, and Tameka Crechelle Lowery Lambert, 28, both of Hartsville, were charged with manufacturing crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine and possession of cocaine.

The investigation began after deputies received the call Tuesday of the reported home invasion on W. Billy Farrow Highway, according to Byrd.

Deputies allegedly found narcotics and a handgun inside.

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