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Dogs decontaminated after Mauldin meth lab bust; Suspects taken into custody

Several dogs had to be decontaminated, and several suspects were taken into custody following a South Carolina meth lab bust, Fox Carolina News reported May 7.

Five or six dogs living at 214 Drury Lane, the site of a Mauldin meth lab bust, had to be decontaminated.

According to Mauldin Police Department Sergeant Benjamin Ford, no children lived at the home, but several dogs at the address were removed from the home. The bust had been planned for several weeks, with a warrant being served around 1:30 p.m. today.

Ford said the meth lab wasn't active, but items used, plus a small amount of finished meth were found inside the home.

Several arrests were made, but no names have been released at this time.