Following an anonymous tip, four people were arrested on methamphetamine and related drug charges after deputies raided a home in Landrum, a spokesman said.
Lt. Michael Hildebrand, a spokesman for the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office, said drug investigators discovered a meth lab Tuesday at 322 Grove Road.
He said four people were found in the home, were taken into custody and jailed; all lived in either Landrum or Piedmont, he said.
Jim T. Allison, 51, who had two addresses,; Thomas G. Campbell, 58, of Grove Road; Karen Jenkins, 42, of 230 Jamison Mill Road and Carl Collins, Jr., 65, 210 Highway 20, Piedmont, were all charged with disposal of methamphetamine, and disposal of meth waste, according to warrants.
There were no children in the home when investigators made the arrests and no one was injured, Hildebrand said.
All were being held in the Greenville County Detention Center, he said.