A Berkeley County fugitive is behind bars after deputies responded to a report of suspicious activity at a mobile home park.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office charged Michelle Condrey with possession of a stolen motor vehicle, possession of a stolen pistol, and possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Condrey's arrest stems from an incident on March 8 when the sheriff's office bike team was patrolling the Sunrise Mobile Home Park on 1004 Redbank Road.
While patrolling the community, deputies received information about suspicious activity at a home.
Deputies said after knocking on the door, they heard someone moving inside, but they refused to answer the door.
"A male subject was then seen attempting to flee out the back of the residence," BCSO officials said."That subject was immediately detained."
Deputies then made contact with a woman, later identified as Condrey, who they say appeared "very nervous, shaking uncontrollably, and breathing heavily."
According to a report, Condrey gave inconsistent statements when asked if she lived at the home, and had an address in North Charleston listed on her drivers license information.
"A records check showed that Michelle Condrey had an active arrest warrant and she was taken into custody," BCSO officials said.
Deputies found a .40 cal. 'Taurus' pistol inside of Condrey's purse.
BCSO officials said the pistol had been stolen from an address in Goose Creek.
"Deputies also located 3 bags of suspected crystal meth inside the bedroom that Michelle Condrey's purse was found," BCSO officials said."Inside Ms. Condrey's purse, a key to a Honda was located. That key unlocked the Honda Civic parked across from the residence, which returned as stolen out of City of Summerville."