A Dorchester County man was charged with making meth Tuesday after deputies serving a warrant on a woman encountered a strong chemical smell at the house, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies went to 1007 Miles Road to serve an order of detention on a woman there, Chief Deputy Sam Richardson said. The woman was taken into custody and to a hospital for evaluation.
Deputies removed a man from the house and called in the narcotics unit because of the smell. They got a search warrant and found numerous items consistent with manufacturing methamphetamine in the red phosphorus and “one pot” method, Richardson said.
Rusty Norris, 46, was arrested and charged with manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine.
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