Four arrested at possible meth lab in Chesapeake
Chesapeake, Va. – Chesapeake Police conducted a search warrant on a home on S. Military Highway and Schaefer Avenue on Friday morning.
Police say the home is being investigated as a possible meth lab.
Officers discovered chemicals and equipment inside the home consistent with the manufacturing of meth.
Two men and two women have been taken into custody. They have been identified as 29-year-old Randi Stoll, 52-year-old Gary Coats, 50-year-old Donna Miller, and 33-year-old Waiters Briley.
Police say only one of the suspects involved, Stoll, lives at the residence.
Stoll has been charged with two counts of Manufacture Methamphetamine, Possession of Synthetic Narcotics and Possession of Dangerous Drugs. Stoll also had an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear.
Coats was charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and had an outstanding warrant for Probation Violation. Miller was charged with Possession of Heroin and Possession of Cocaine. Briley was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Virginia Beach for Revocation of Suspended Sentence.
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