Berkeley deputies announce methamphetamine arrests

Andrea Marcum, (left to right, top) Christopher Keen, Megan Davies and (bottom) Marlene LeClair, Jacques Waite and Marlon Shamblin were all arrested by Berkeley County Sheriff's Office this week on charges related to the manufacture of methamphetamine. All were being held in the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Six people were arrested in two separate drug busts in Berkeley County this week, according to a news release issued Friday by the Sheriff’s Office.

On Thursday, deputies found “numerous items conducive to the manufacturing of methamphetamine” at a residence at 1009-B Royle Road in Ladson, the release said.

Arrested were Megan Davies, 20; Marlene LeClair, 50; Marlon Shamblin, 32; and Jacques Waite, 24; sheriff’s Capt. Mike Williams said in the release.

All four were charged with attempt to manufacture methamphetamine.

On Wednesday, sheriff’s deputies located a clandestine meth lab at 13 Raritan Road in Goose Creek, the release said.

Christopher Keen, 44; and Andrea Marcum, 32; both of Raritan Road, were each charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.

All six were being held at the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.