2 arrested, another sought in meth lab bust

BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) -- Two people have been arrested and another person is being sought by Berkeley County deputies in connection to making meth this week.

On Sunday, the sheriff's office drug unit searched a Messina Street home in Moncks Corner and found several items that officers said were consistent with the one-pot method of making meth, according to a release.{}

Deputies arrested 37-year-old Kevin Patrick Kinsey and charged him with manufacturing meth.

On Thursday, deputies found another meth lab while serving a warrant at a Gants Road home in Moncks Corner. Deputies reportedly found material to make meth and a bog a marijuana.

They arrested 23-year-old Ashley Nicole Woodle and charged her with manufacturing meth and simple possession of marijuana. During a search, deputies found a stolen moped and charged 39-year-old Ronnie James Feagin with possession of stolen property.

Deputies are still seeking 41-year-old David Wesley Feagin in connection to the crimes at Gants Road.

Anyonewith information on David Wesley Feagin is asked to call the Berkeley CountySheriff's Office or Crimestoppers.