BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Goose Creek Police say five people are in custody after a meth lab was discovered inside a computer store early Friday morning.
According to an incident report, officers located a suspicious vehicle parked at a shopping center located at 225 Red Bank Road around 3:30 a.m., during which time all businesses in the area were closed.
While at the scene, police say three people were spotting exiting A to Z Computers. The group reportedly could not provided a credible reason for being at the business.
A warrants check revealed one of the subjects, 18-year-old Rebekah Calcutt, was wanted on an active warrant through North Charleston Police Department.
The report states officers asked anyone else inside the business to come out, at which point two subjects exited the building.
Police searched the computer shop, and reportedly found drain cleaner, lighter fluid, a piece of aluminum foil in a plastic container, a clear plastic bottle half filled with a white sediment-like substance, and a clear plastic bottle filled with a clear fluid.
An investigator at the scene determined all of the items, which were found in the bathroom, were part of a meth lab.
Calcutt, along with 37-year-old Roman Dulgarov, 18-year-old William Hood, 22-year-old Jon May, and 20-year-old Tiffany Steinbrecker, were all charged with manufacturing methamphetamines. They are being held at the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.
Authorities say hazmat crews were called to the scene to clean up the meth-making materials.
The incident remains under investigation.