Dispatch South of Clinton Leads to Meth Charges

   The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a residence on Highway 56 south of Clinton at 3:04 Saturday afternoon on a report of a personal altercation. Another report received indicated suspicion of meth lab activity in a shed in the yard of the location. A subject at the scene reportedly replied that his mother liked to keep drama going. Sgt. John Carter reported finding a gray tote in the front right side of a shed at the back of the residence. It allegedly was found to contain numerous items used in the manufacture of methamphetamine. 48-year-old Kurt Eugene Neaderhiser of 7603 Highway 56 South, Clinton was arrested and charged with Drug Manufacture and Illegal Disposal of the same. Warrants alleged that Kurt Neaderhiser possessed items used in the manufacture of methamphetamine in Laurens County February 16th and that he illegally disposed of methamphetamine waste. Bonds on the charges were set at $25,000 and $15,000. Neaderhiser remained in the Johnson Detention Center earlier today.