Two people have been arrested after the discovery of a methamphetamine laboratory in Salley, South Carolina.
Aiken County Sheriff's Office investigators tell WJBF News Channel 6, a six-month long narcotics investigation resulted in an arrest and the discovery of a methamphetamine laboratory (meth lab) Wednesday evening.
Narcotics investigators arrested 36-year-old Ray A. Loudermilk 44-year-old and Debra L. Conder at their Salley residence located on Poplar Street for the Manufacturing of Methamphetamine.
The case began with information being shared with investigators about the suspects making several purchases of Ephedrine, an ingredient found in methamphetamine.
When investigators went to speak to the suspects at their home, they were found in the process of making methamphetamine.
Both Conder and Loudermilk were arrested and taken to the Aiken County Detention Center Wednesday evening. Warrants were obtained, charging the suspects with the Manufacturing of Methamphetamines.
The Salley Police Department also assisted in this investigation.
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