Seven people were arrested Wednesday after police searched a Harlem-area home and found a methamphetamine lab.
After a month-long investigation, Columbia County Sheriffs Office narcotics investigators searched a home on the 3800 block of Gordon Highway at about 5 p.m. The people involved were selling and making methamphetamine in the home, sheriffs Capt. Steve Morris said.
Investigators found products used to make meth inside one of the rooms. The products were secure and removed safely. Prescription drugs and marijuana also were seized.
Gregory Antoney Butts, 38, of Mahala Lane in Harlem; Cassandra Flakes Johnson, 39, Hinton-Wilson Road in Harlem; and Kelly Shavonne Appling, 28, Lincolnton Highway in Thomson, were charged with the manufacturing methamphetamine with intent to distribute; manufacturing/delivering/administering/sale/possession of a controlled substance; and possession of Schedule II, III and IV drugs. Angela Marie Glisson, 41, Max Road in Harlem; Joseph Randall McCorkle, 34, Gordon Highway in Harlem; and Shannon Mae Myrick, 30, Burster Circle, Gibson, Ga., were charged with two counts of manufacturing/delivering/administering/sale/possession of a controlled substance, and possession of marijuana and Schedule II, III and IV drugs. All are being held in the Columbia County Detention Center without bond, according to jail records.
Anthony Franklin Bazemore, 28, Lou Lane in Grovetown, was charged with possession of marijuana and was being held Thursday on a $1,600 bond, according to jail records.