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Police find mobile meth lab after traffic stop at CITGO in Walterboro

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Shari Legette, Mary Boyd and Jonathan Edwards were arrested when a vehicle they were in vehicle was found to contain chemicals and precursors for Manufacturing Methamphetamine by officers. Shari Legette, Mary Boyd and Jonathan Edwards were arrested when a vehicle they were in vehicle was found to contain chemicals and precursors for Manufacturing Methamphetamine by officers.
COLLETON COUNTY, SC -

Thursday  August 15, 2013, Walterboro Public Safety initiated a traffic stop for a red 2001 Chevrolet Camaro, occupied by three subjects, at the Citgo  in Walterboro, SC.

The vehicle was stopped in reference to a "breach of trust" investigation by police and pulled into the Citgo gas station/convenience store.

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When officers searched the vehicle they found chemicals and precursors for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and requested assistance from the Sheriff's Office Special response Team.

The scene was then turned over to certified Clandestine Methamphetamine Lab technicians, who are employed by the Colleton County Sheriff's Office Special Response Team (S.R.T.), and the situation was mitigated on scene by technicians from the Colleton County Sheriff's Office and D.E.A.

The three occupants identified below were charged with manufacturing Methamphetamine and incarcerated in the Colleton County Detention Center.

The following occupants were identified as:

  1. Shari Legette W/F 05/06/1978 Manufacturing Methamphetamine
  2. Mary Boyd W/F 09/16/1985 Manufacturing Methamphetamine
  3. Jonathan Edwards B/M 03/18/1984 Manufacturing Methamphetamine
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