Active Meth Lab Found in Midlands Garage


By News Department

LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WOLO) - A Midlands man is behind bars after deputies say he was operating a meth lab out of his garage.

William David Langley faces three charges, including the manufacturing of meth.

A call concerning suspicious activity led authorities to the 100 block of Lantern Hill Circle Sunday where they executed a search warrant. They say Langley was actively mixing chemicals to produce the drug.

Deputies also confiscated a pistol and two plastic bags containing a small amount of marijuana.

Langley is being held at the Lexington County Detention Center on a more than $25,000 bond.

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