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4 arrested after police discover possible meth lab in Chesterfield

Four people were arrested after Chesterfield police uncovered a suspected meth lab.
Four people were arrested after Chesterfield police uncovered a suspected meth lab.((Source: Chesterfield County Jail))
Updated: May. 13, 2019 at 3:57 PM EDT
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CHESTERFIELD, VA (WWBT) - Four people have been arrested after Chesterfield police uncovered a suspected meth lab in the 6700 block of the Jefferson Davis Highway.

Police were originally called for the report of a vacant apartment being occupied after 8 p.m. May 12. Officials said officers at the scene found “suspicious items."

Inside, police found material consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine.

Aaron S. Brown, 50, of Richmond was arrested along with Stephanie N Campbell, 31, Cassie L. Perry, 22, and James Bailey, 26 - all of Chesterfield. All four were charged with manufacturing a scheduled I or II substance and conspiracy.

Additionally, Brown was charged with giving a false ID to law enforcement, fraud and served on other outstanding warrants.

Campbell was also charged with possession of a scheduled I or II substance.

All are being held at Chesterfield County Jail.

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