The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office arrested five people following the discovery of a methamphetamine lab on Thursday.
Deputies with the Drug Enforcement Unit executed a search warrant at a Messina Street residence in Moncks Corner and found items used to manufacture meth as well as a “shake and bake” meth lab.
They also discovered a clear plastic bag and a Pyrex container with a white powder substance that tested positive for meth.
Kevin Kinsey, 37, Joey Kinsey, 25, and Brandy Craven, 24, of the Messina Street residence are charged with manufacturing meth. Both Kevin Kinsey and Joey Kinsey are also charged with possession of meth.
Also arrested were Hilery Stidham, 34, of O.T. Wallace Drive in Moncks Corner, and Charles King, 33, of Richard Drive in Summerville. Both were charged with manufacturing meth.
The suspects were scheduled for a bail hearing Friday night at the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.
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