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SC agencies join forces to curtail methamphetamine manufacture in the Lowcountry

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Marsha Linn, Patrick Lynch and Stacey Gibson are charged with manufacturing meth..  Gibson is also charged with distribution of meth. Marsha Linn, Patrick Lynch and Stacey Gibson are charged with manufacturing meth.. Gibson is also charged with distribution of meth.
David Rabon (left) and John Delieesseline (right). David Rabon (left) and John Delieesseline (right).
Deborah Hardee, Marshall Hardee, Brandon Hardee and Kelsey Holladay are charged with manufacturing meth. Deborah Hardee, Marshall Hardee, Brandon Hardee and Kelsey Holladay are charged with manufacturing meth.
Robert Radcliff, John Childs Jr. and Melissa Highley are charged with manufacture and possession of meth. Robert Radcliff, John Childs Jr. and Melissa Highley are charged with manufacture and possession of meth.
Pictured clockwise from left to right: Jason Davidson, Nadia Tass. Ronald Juliano, Thomas McMillan and Rodney Zeigler. Pictured clockwise from left to right: Jason Davidson, Nadia Tass. Ronald Juliano, Thomas McMillan and Rodney Zeigler.
CHARLESTON, SC -

On December 9 and 10 law enforcement agencies from Dorchester, Colleton and Berkeley Counties organized a methamphetamine Blitz initiative.

Participating in the initiative were Dorchester County Sheriff's Office, Berkeley County Sheriff's Office, Beaufort County, Charleston County, Colleton County and the Summerville Police Department.  SLED and the Drug Enforcement Agency Task Force also assisted these agencies.

The operation was to identify locations where meth was being manufactured with the participating counties.

Tuesday afternoon police arrested two additional suspects in connection with another meth lab uncovered on Frankie Lane just off Royale Road.

Joshua Rockwood and Kari Curtis were both arrested on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine.

Related: Recent meth busts in the Lowcountry

The following locations are where meth labs were seized and suspects arrested:

1010 Harrison Rd Ladson - Meth Lab
Marsha Linn, Patrick Lynch and Stacey Gibson are charged with manufacturing meth..  Gibson is also charged with distribution of meth.

128- A Wendy Way Ladson - Meth Lab
David Rabon and David Tromnetta charged with manufacturing meth and meth waste disposal.

402 Rose Lane - Possession of meth
John Delieesseline is charged with possession of methamphetamine.

153 Cannan Road - Meth Lab
No charges have bee filed in this case.

264 Cheyenne Road - Meth Lab
Deborah Hardee, Marshall Hardee, Brandon Hardee and Kelsey Holladay are charged with manufacturing meth.

114 Chausse Blvd. Summerville - Meth Lab
Robert Radcliff is charged with manufacture and possession of meth.

131 Webaster Street - Meth Lab
John Childs Jr. and Melissa Highley are charged with manufacture and possession of meth.

In Colleton County six methamphetamine labs were located, some of which were meth waste dump sites. 

Five people were arrested and charged as follows:

  1. Thomas Greer McMillan of #110 Hale Dr. Walterboro, SC was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine 3rd Offense and Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws.
  2. Jason Edward Davidson of #623 Cannon Rd. Round O, SC was charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Improper Disposal of Methamphetamine Waste.
  3. Ronald R. Juliano of #623 Cannon Rd. Round O, SC was charged with Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws.
  4. Nadia Baha Sami Tass of #402 Poplar St. Walterboro, SC was charged with Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws.
  5. Rodney Zeigler of #208 State St. Walterboro, SC. was charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine and also had outstanding arrest warrants.

Police discovered Methamphetamine Labs at the following adresses in Colleton County:

  1. 208 State St. Walterboro, SC
  2. 623 Cannon Rd. Round O,SC
  1. 1643 Keegan Dr. Walterboro, SC
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