ROCK HILL, SC (WBTV) - Sheriff's deputies arrested five people during two meth lab busts in York County last week. One of the labs was near an elementary school and inside the bedroom of a pregnant woman.
According to the York County Sheriff's Office, the first lab was discovered Friday on Museum Road inside David Henson's home which is less than a mile away from Mt. Gallant Elementary School.
Henson was charged with manufacturing and trafficking meth, and possession of a firearm.
His girlfriend, 41-year-old Bobbie Jo Wulf who is 6 months pregnant, has been charged with exposing a child to manufacturing meth.
Deputies found more than 330 grams of liquid meth, 350 grams of marijuana, various lab equipment, materials, and other chemicals used to make meth.
While officers did not know the exact street value of the meth that was found, they say the street value of the marijuana is approximately $2,000.
As a result of the search at Henson's home, three other people were arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop.
Curtis Adkins and Amber Fox have been charged with possession with intent to distribute pot. Tracy Klein is charged with trafficking Percocet near a school.
The sheriff's office says another meth lab, which is also connected to Henson, was found Saturday on Foxlair Court, but investigators said this lab was not active.
The meth lab busts were made by members of the York County multi-jurisdictional drug unit.
At least three other meth labs were discovered in York County earlier in the month.
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