Cody Edward Shealy, 22 (photo provided by Lexington Co. Detention)
Charles Brandon Linton, 23 (photo provided by Lexington County Detention Center)
Darwin Jason Ciesielski, 43 (photo by Lexington County Detention Center)
Kimberly Elaine Kinney, 30 (photo provided by Lexington Co. Detention Center)
Lexington, SC (WLTX) - An unoccupied home on Lake Murray was broken into and turned into a methamphetamine lab, according to Lexington County Sherrif's department.
Officers with the Lexington county mutli-agency Narcotic Enforcement Team arrested three men and one women on Monday and have charged them with second-degree burglary and manufacturing methamphetamine.
According to Major John Allard the four--Darwin Jason Ciesielski, 43, Kimberly Elaine Kinney, 30, Charles Brandon Linton, 23 and Cody Edward Shealy, 22--broke into a home on Lake Murray near Leesville and operated a meth lab.
A relative of the homeowner contacted the Lexington County Sheriff's department to report people at the home that was supposed to be unoccupied.
When deputies arrived, they found the four as well waste from a clandestine methamphetamine laboratory. The four are awaiting bond hearings at the Lexington County Detention Center.
If you have any information about illegal drug activity in Lexington county you are encouraged to call the Lexington County Sheriff's department at (803) 785-8230 or Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIMESC.