Meth lab found in woods behind Walmart in North Augusta

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NORTH AUGUSTA -- North Augusta authorities are searching for four men who constructed a meth lab found in the woods behind Walmart on Tuesday, according to an incident report.

 Authorities were called to the woods behind the business at 1201 Knox Avenue around 6 p.m. after Walmart security noticed a fire and then saw four men run from the woods.

 After extinguishing the fire, authorities discovered the meth lab construction.

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AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 02/02/11 - 10:14 am
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Hidden in plain sight,

Hidden in plain sight, practically speaking. How resourceful. Glad it was discovered before they did more damage.

tiredofsrryppl
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tiredofsrryppl 02/02/11 - 10:54 am
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Now they will move to new

Now they will move to new location, maybe a motel room or a garage next door. What is certain is they won't stop until they are incarcerated. When one gets to the point where they "have" to know how to cook they can never unknow. Sad but true. Good luck North Augusta authorities!

Crime Reports and Rewards TV
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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 02/02/11 - 10:55 am
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North Augusta's Meth Highway

North Augusta's Meth Highway may be turning into North Augusta's meth Hideaways.

MrTigidy777
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MrTigidy777 02/02/11 - 11:07 am
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oh my people........wise up

oh my people........wise up or die

Indigo
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Indigo 02/02/11 - 11:27 am
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This is due to the fact that

This is due to the fact that North Augusta only has issues with SPEEDING, not real crimes like drugs and armed robbery.........right? Funny those new fancy HEAT cars didn't detect this.

itsallright
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itsallright 02/02/11 - 12:52 pm
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It's amazing how folks in RC

It's amazing how folks in RC love bad news from other areas. Aren't they wallowing in enough of their own slop? At least most of NA is still a decent community and we can feel safe.

onlysane1left
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onlysane1left 02/02/11 - 01:07 pm
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Crime is everywhere

Crime is everywhere itsallright, just because a neightborhood is suppose to be nice, doesn't make it completely safe. I don't where any envious RC folks are happy to see other places with crime. I bet there are as many meth labs in Aiken county, Richmond County and Columbia County, per person, as there are in most of the nation.

notsurprised
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notsurprised 02/02/11 - 01:19 pm
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Brilliant!

Brilliant!

notsurprised
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notsurprised 02/02/11 - 01:19 pm
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Brilliant!

Brilliant!

Crime Reports and Rewards TV
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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 02/02/11 - 01:23 pm
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Correct sane one; Per person

Correct sane one; Per person the outlying areas including N.A. have more meth labs, there just aren't as many folks who live there. The description given by the N. Augusta Security Guard was of 4 men. 2 white 2 black running.

tiredofsrryppl
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tiredofsrryppl 02/02/11 - 02:28 pm
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Unfortunately meth labs are

Unfortunately meth labs are EVERYWHERE. So let us not loose sight of the problem with all this "in your county" crap. As concerned citizens we must all be aware of our enviroments so when something suspicious pops up maybe WE can help by bringing it to the attention of the authorities. This is war people and we still have innocent young children's futures to try to help protect.

mbomber05
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mbomber05 02/02/11 - 03:47 pm
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Indigo, You and many others

Indigo, You and many others think that NADPS is only concerned with speeders. The majority of the work that they do is patrol related. You should check your facts before you pop off. Also, the HEAT cars are assigned specifically to traffic, they do not go on patrol calls.

usapatriot
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usapatriot 02/02/11 - 04:12 pm
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I'm waiting for

I'm waiting for user420/professor chaos to come on and rant about drugs needing to be legalized. Then these perps wouldn't have needed to started a fire that could have killed someone.

Pu239
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Pu239 02/02/11 - 11:12 pm
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Per person the outlying areas
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Per person the outlying areas including Bfe have more meth labs, there just aren't as many folks who live there. That what he said.....Brillant!

DEADEYEDICK
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DEADEYEDICK 02/03/11 - 09:00 am
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Hunt them down put their

Hunt them down put their sorry butts in prison where they belong !

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