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CHESTER — A Chester County husband and wife have been arrested after deputies and state agents found two methamphetamine labs in a barn at their house Wednesday, police said Thursday.

Kenneth Robb, 40, and his wife, Staci, 37, were being held Thursday at the Chester County Detention Center, without bond, charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. Staci Robb also faces a drug possession charge.

Kenneth Robb



Deputies discovered that the Robbs were buying “more than necessary” amounts of pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in meth, said Sheriff’s Maj. Mary Anne Tolbert.

The sheriff’s office drug task force and agents with the State Law Enforcement Division continued investigating the Robbs, discovering that they purchased several items possibly used for meth labs.

Officials executed a warrant to search the couple’s Saluda Road house, where they found the Robbs’ teenage son, daughter, the daughter’s boyfriend and the Robbs’ 1-year-old granddaughter living in the home, Tolbert said.

As they searched the property, they found two different methamphetamine labs in a barn toward the back of the house, she said. Authorities seized several chemicals used “during the cooking process of methamphetamine,” according to a sheriff’s report.

The Robbs were taken into custody, the report states. While at the detention center, deputies found a clear and green pipe, plastic straw and clear container with meth on Staci Robb, the report states.

None of the other people living at the home will be charged, Tolbert said, but there might be more charges filed against the Robbs.


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