5 arrested after meth lab found in Six Mile

SIX MILE — An attempt to serve a arrest warrant at a home in Six Mile on Friday led Pickens County sheriff’s deputies to uncover what they are calling an active clandestine meth lab.
On February 3, deputies with the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office were attempting to serve an arrest warrant on a subject located at 130 Amber Drive in Six Mile.
While at the home, deputies discovered an active meth lab inside the residence. Five subjects were arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.
Arrested and charged were Luther Mitchell Marcus, 63, of 130 Amber Drive in Six Mile; Blake Mitchell Adams, 23, of 121-B Hipps Avenue, Simpsonville; Larry James Pendygraft, 46, of 120 Newton Road in Pickens; Kerry Deanna Cole, 34, of 113 Kyndall Farmall Drive in Pickens and Cassandra Carole-Lynn O’Donald, 26, of 141 Amber Drive in Six Mile.
The investigation is continuing, and at least one more arrest is expected in connection with the lab.