BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Authorities say a 44-year-old woman who was arrested in November for a meth lab at her home was arrested again on Tuesday after deputies found another meth lab at the same home.
Investigators have arrested 44-year-old Sharon Lynn Haynes and two other people after finding a meth lab at Haynes' home on 1827 Eastside Street.
Berkeley County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer says 23 year old Jonathan Haynes, who is Sharon Haynes' son, and 22 year old Temera Scott have also been arrested. The three suspects have been charged with possession of methamphetamine and attempting to manufacture methamphetamine.
"It's a revolving door. it's in and out, in and out, I don't know what they're doing," said resident John Reese, who lives on Eastside Street.
According to Captain Rick Ollic, deputies responded to a "shake and bake" meth lab at Haynes home. Ollic said the home was unattended when they arrived. Ollic said the "shake and bake" meth lab is meth made in a single bottle.
Sheriff's spokesman Dan Moon said the "shake and bake" method makes meth faster than cooking and can cause an explosion.
Haynes was arrested this past November after investigators say they found a meth lab at her home. Deputies reported finding several clear plastic bags containing a white powdery substance. Haynes was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
A "shake and bake" meth lab is also referred to as a "one-pot" method, and is commonly found in mobile meth labs.
Dorchester County Sheriff's Office arrested four people last November after a one-pot meth lab was found inside an SUV parked at a gas station near Central Avenue and Orangeburg Road. Last December, a Goose Creek man was arrested after a one-pot meth lab was found in his Buick sedan in Colleton County.