Over the past several months, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit has targeted multiple individuals for manufacturing methamphetamine as well as numerous other individuals for drug conspiracy for their participation in supplying these individuals with items used in the manufacturing process in clandestine meth labs.
Within the past few weeks narcotics officers investigated five different locations, executed five search warrants, arrested and/or charged 24 separate individuals (3 of which are still being sought at this time), seized 13 Meth Labs, and made a total of over 40 charges.
According to Lt. David Baker, “This has been a proactive approach to the growing problems of Meth Labs throughout the community. The Anderson Sheriff’s Office will continue this aggressive approach to combat this festering problem and we anticipate making many more arrests and additional drug-lab seizures in the near future, as this investigation continues.”
Investigators executed search warrants at the following five locations: