Meth charges against four Walhallans

January 7, 2013

The police in Walhalla say they have taken down a meth laboratory at a home near the former Avondale Manufacturing Plant. Acting on a complaint, the police arrived late Friday afternoon at a home at 2 Keowee Street, arrested four residents, and confiscated what Chief Ronald Wilbanks described as bottles and other materials used in the meth-making process. Arrest reports show the following four people charged with manufacture, distribution of methamphetamine, first offense: Tabitha Joy Drouillard, 30; Devin Danielle Keill, 21; Casandre Kae LeBoeuf, 51; and Cody Austin Cobb, 21. A crew from Spartanburg cleaned up the sections of the home in which items were confiscated. According to Wilbanks, the police department reports of the incident are being turned over to John DiIonno, the city’s codes enforcement officer, for consideration to declare 2 Keowee Street an unsafe dwelling.

 

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