Three charged with making meth in motel room

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Three people were arrested on methamphetamine charges after deputies were sent to a Budget Inn motel room early Monday morning.

According to Richmond County Sheriff’s office Lt. Robbie Silas, deputies were patrolling near the motel at 441 Broad St. when they were made aware of suspicious activities in one of the rooms.

Further investigation revealed the room’s occupants had been making methamphetamine there.

Patrick Buxton, 20; David Compton, 34; and Virginia Bullard, 30; were charged with trafficking methamphetamine, manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of marijuana.

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allhans 11/14/11 - 01:42 pm
Please! Don't allow these

Please! Don't allow these meth manufacturers back out on the street. They are a danger to the public.

bdouglas 11/14/11 - 02:58 pm
With such high priced

With such high priced merchandise you'd think they could at least swing for a Howard Johnson or Holiday Inn Express...

macktaylor 11/14/11 - 04:26 pm
How about a tent in the

How about a tent in the woods? At least there would be someplace to run.

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