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Police arrest 5 after discovery of meth lab at Moncks Corner home

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Police arrested five people following the discovery of a meth lab in Moncks Corner on Thursday. Pictured clockwise from left to right:  Brandy Craven, Charles King, Hilery Stidham, Joey Kinsey and Kevin Kinsey. Police arrested five people following the discovery of a meth lab in Moncks Corner on Thursday. Pictured clockwise from left to right: Brandy Craven, Charles King, Hilery Stidham, Joey Kinsey and Kevin Kinsey.
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The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office arrested five people following the discovery of a meth lab in Moncks Corner on Thursday.

Deputies with the Drug Enforcement Unit search warrant at a home in Moncks Corner and found items used to manufacture methamphetamine as well as a "shake and bake" methamphetamine lab at that location. They also discovered a clear plastic bag and a pyrex container with a white powder substance that tested positive for methamphetamine.

37-year-old Kevin Kinsey, 25-year-old Joey Kinsey and 24-year-old Brandy Craven are charged with Manufacturing Meth. Both Kevin Kinsey and Joey Kinsey are also charged with Possession of Meth.

Police also arrested 34-year-old Hilery Stidham and 33-year-old Charles King, who were also charged with Manufacturing Meth.

All five of the suspects are scheduled for a bond hearing Friday night at the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

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