January 25, 2008
SALLEY, S.C.---Three people have been arrested after a meth lab was discovered at a home in Salley.
31-year-old Jennifer Conder, 41-year-old Anthony Rowell, and 39-year-old Kenneth Tindal are all charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. Tindal is also charged with possession with intent to distribute. The three were arrested after a two month investigation.
Investigators visited the home and seized a "substantial amount" of methamphetamine as well as equipment and ingredients used to make it.
Tindal was arrested by the Pelion Police Department during a traffic stop. He's being held at the Lexington County Detention Center.
Conder and Rowell are at the Aiken County Detention Center.
This is the second meth lab discovered this year in Aiken County.
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