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VIRGINIA BEACH – Police have identified the four people arrested in connection with the discovery of a possible meth lab.

Kimberly Francis Volkman, 39, of Virginia Beach, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and three counts of manufacture, sale, or possession of a controlled substance.

Eric Scott Addison, 40, of Virginia Beach, was charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Michael Joseph Hoiness Jr., 45, of Chesapeake, was charged with possession of a controlled substance; two counts of manufacture, sale, or possession of a controlled substance and conspiracy to violate drug control act.

Shawn Michael Addison, 36, of Virginia Beach, was charged with possession of a controlled substance; two counts of manufacture, sale, or possession of a controlled substance and conspiracy to violate drug control act.

The latest updates come after officers were called to the 1100 block of Northvale Drive for a burglary Sunday and during the investigation found “possible meth making materials” in the home, according to a news release.

Evan Eugene Reames III, 37, of Virginia Beach, was arrested in connection with the burglary. He was charged with two counts of breaking and entering with intent to assault.

 

 

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