Four people were arrested Tuesday after a search of a Summerville house turned up a meth lab, according to Summerville police.
Summerville police and the Dorchester County Metro Narcotics Unit carried out a search warrant at 607 Old Golf Road. Officers said they found multiple "one pot" methamphetamine cooks and recovered equipment used to manufacture and consume methamphetamine, as well as finished product, according to Summerville Police Capt. Jon Rogers.
The Summerville Fire Department and Haz Mat unit and Dorchester County EMS were called to the scene.
Brandon M. Komara, 29, Russell D. Embry Jr., 31, Amanda M. Finkbeiner, 27, and Shelly J. Flinchum, 51, were all charged with manufacturing methamphetamine,
Komara was on probation for the same offense and was also charged with distribution of methamphetamine, Rogers said.
Finkbeiner was also charged with second-offense possession of methamphetamine.
All four were taken to the Dorchester County jail.
Reach Dave Munday at 937-5553.
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