Goose Creek police report meth-making operation inside computer shop

William Hood (left to right, top), Roman Dulgarov, Jon May and (left to right, bottom) Rebekah Culcutt and Tiffany Steinbrecker were arrested by Goose Creek police Friday in connection with what police said was a meth lab at a computer store.

A check of a suspicious vehicle in a Goose Creek parking lot early Friday morning turned up a meth-making operation inside a business there, according to police.

Officers pulled into a parking lot at 225 Redbank Road about 3:25 a.m. to check a vehicle parked there after business hours, Police Capt. John Grainger said. When several people came out of A to Z Computers, officers discovered that methamphetamine was being made inside, Grainger said.

Five people were arrested pending charges of manufacturing methamphetamine.

Rebekah Calcutt, 18, of Ladson (who was also wanted on unknown charges by the North Charleston Police Department), Roman Dulgarov, 37, of Goose Creek, William Hood, 18, of Summerville, Jon May, 22, of Summerville and Tiffany Steinbrecker, 20, of Moncks Corner were taken to the Berkeley County jail.

Reach Dave Munday at 937-5553.