13 arrested in 2-day Dorchester County meth lab sting

More than a dozen people in Dorchester County were arrested in part of a two-day meth lab bust.

According to officials, one meth lab was found on Harrison Road in Ladson. Deputies arrested Marsha Linn, Patrick Lynch, and Stacey Gibson. All three were charged with manufacturing meth.

Gibson was also charged with distributing meth, officials said Wednesday.

Deputies arrested David Rabon II and David Trombetta at a home on Wendy Way, according to a release. Both men were charged with manufacturing meth and disposal of meth waste.

On Rose Lane, deputies arrested John Deliesseline and charged him with possession of meth, but deputies did not find a lab at the home.

Four people were arrested at a Cheyenne Road home and charged with manufacturing meth, officials said. Deborah, Marshall and Brandon Hardee, along with Kelsey Holladay were arrested at the Cheyenne Road home, records show.{}

At another meth lab on Chaussee Boulevard in Summerville, deputies say they arrested Robert Radcliff on charges of manufacturing and possessing meth.

Officials also found a meth lab and dump site on Cannon Road, but charges have not been filed yet in that case.

In Berkeley County, officials said deputies found three meth labs on Monday and another on Tuesday. And in Colleton County, five people were arrested in six meth lab incidents.

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