The 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit responded to a possible meth lab in Murrells Inlet Tuesday evening, according to Dean Bishop, deputy commander with the unit.
“We have no indication if there was a meth lab,” Don Tempalsky, deputy commander with the unit, said. “We found some methamphetamine paraphernalia. There’s no indication there was a lab.”
Bishop said that there are remnants that there is a lab leftover, but nobody is under arrest at this time.
SLED will investigate the incident.
It is unclear at this time exactly where in Murrells Inlet the incident took place.