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Police discover active meth lab in Colleton County home

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Stacy Lynn Gibson and Frank Smith were arrested in conjunction with meth lab. Stacy Lynn Gibson and Frank Smith were arrested in conjunction with meth lab.
Agents located a quantity of methamphetamine, two active "one-pots," and a cache of chemicals, bi-product, and lab equipment. Agents located a quantity of methamphetamine, two active "one-pots," and a cache of chemicals, bi-product, and lab equipment.
Agents located a quantity of methamphetamine, two active "one-pots," and a cache of chemicals, bi-product, and lab equipment. Agents located a quantity of methamphetamine, two active "one-pots," and a cache of chemicals, bi-product, and lab equipment.
COLLETON COUNTY, SC -

Saturday the Colleton County Sheriff's Office Special Response Team (SRT) and SWAT executed a search warrant at 3717 Cannon Road, in the Round O area of Colleton County.  The warrant was signed after narcotics agents' located evidence at the home that indicated the presence of a methamphetamine lab.   

A search of the property resulted in the discovery of a moderate sized "one-pot" operation.  The lab was found to be active at the time of the warrant's execution. 

The DEA responded to the scene and processed the lab.  Agents located a quantity of methamphetamine, two active "one-pots," and a cache of chemicals, bi-product, and lab equipment. 

Colleton County Fire/Rescue also responded and decontaminated the two suspects before they were transported to the Colleton County Detention Center.

Stacy Lynn Gibson and Frank Smith were arrested in conjunction with meth lab.  Both were charged with possession of methamphetamine.

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