Three arrested, another sought after meth labs discovered in Berkeley Co.

Kevin Kinsey, Ronnie Feagin, Ashley Woodle and David Feagin
Kevin Kinsey, Ronnie Feagin, Ashley Woodle and David Feagin

MONCKS CORNER, SC (WCSC) - Investigators have arrested three people are looking for another after the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office busted two meth labs this past week.

Investigators are searching for 41-year-old David Wesley Feagin sought in connection to a meth lab which was discovered at a home on Gants Road in Moncks Corner on Thursday. Deputies reported discovering numerous components used to manufacture methamphetamine along with a baggie containing marijuana at 521 Gants Rd.

Deputies arrested 23-year-old Ashley Nicole Woodle and charged her with attempt to manufacture methamphetamine and simple possession of marijuana. According to the sheriff's office, agents also found a moped that was reported stolen from Dorchester County, and charged 39-year-old Ronnie James Feagin, who also lived at the home, with possession of stolen property.

On Sunday, agents with the Drug Enforcement Unit of the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office conducted a search of another home on Messina Street in Moncks Corner and located several lab items associated with the "one pot" method of manufacturing meth.

Deputies arrested and charged 37-year-old Kevin Patrick Kinsey of 108 Messina St. and charged him with manufacturing meth.

Anyone with information on David Wesley Feagin is asked to call the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office or Crime Stoppers.

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