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Police bust second meth lab in Colleton County within a week

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Thursday police received a tip that a man wanted on multiple warrants was hiding at a residence in Colleton County.  The Colleton County Sheriff's Office observed the the wanted man, Samuel Campbell, arriving at the residence.

As police officers were arresting Campbell they located cocaine, methamphetamine and hypodermic needles in his vehicle.  Megan De Los Santos, a passenger in the vehicle, was also subsequently taken into custody.

Authorities obtained a search warrant for the home and found a 'one pot' lab with all the ingredients and chemicals for meth production.  They also discovered a multitude of hypodermic needles, digital scales, a large amount of meth waste, and an undetermined amount of methamphetamine.

DEA was notified and agents assisted with the identification and dismantling of the lab.  

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