Berkeley man arrested 4 times on meth charges, deputies say

Rogers. (Source: BCSO)

BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) - A Berkeley County man hasbeen arrested four times in the last six months on manufacturing and attemptedmanufacture of methamphetamine charges, the sheriff's office said on Thursday.{}

Accordingto deputies, the latest arrest came Wednesday night when the Berkeley CountySheriff's Office Drug Enforcement Unit, in cooperation with the Moncks CornerPolice Department, arrested 36-year-old Curtis Charles Rogers, of St. Stephen.

Recordsshow that on Oct. 10, deputies arrested Rogersand charged him with manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine and twocounts of exposing a child to meth.

He was thenarrested again by the sheriff's office on Feb. 19 and charged with attemptedmanufacturing of meth and possession of meth. Two other men were arrested inthat incident, deputies said.

OnWednesday night, the Moncks Corner Police Department responded to the Walgreensstore in the town after getting a report of Rogers sitting in a car in the parking lotsending other people in to purchase medicine containing Pseudoephedrine, a major component in themanufacture of meth, deputies said.

He was arrestedby the Moncks Corner Police Department and charged with manufacturing methafter several items used in the process were found in the vehicle, a reportshows.

TheBerkeley County Drug Enforcement Unit was asked by police to conduct a search ofRogers' home.There they uncovered a meth lab, deputies said.{}

As aresult Rogerswas once again charged with attempting to manufacture methamphetamine.

He isbeing held at the Hill-Finklea Detention Centerawaiting a hearing on the most recent charges.