Four arrested after investigators find meth lab in Summerville

Four arrested after investigators find meth lab in Summerville

SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) - Investigators have arrested four people after authorities found a meth lab at a home in Summerville.

The Summerville Police Department charged 29-year-old Brandon M. Komara, 31-year-old Russell D. Embry Jr., 27-year-old Amanda M. Finbeiner and 51-year-old Shelly J. Flinchum.

All were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, with Komara also being charged with distribution of meth. According to police, Komara was on probation for manufacturing meth when he was arrested.

The suspects were arrested after members of the SPD and the Dorchester County Metro Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant on 607 Old Golf Road as a result of a meth investigation.

Police officers found multiple active and in-active “one pot” methamphetamine cooks inside of the residence.

An incident report states authorities also recovered equipment used to manufacture and consume meth along with finished product.

The Summerville Fire Department along with their Hazmat unit and Dorchester County EMS responded and assisted.

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