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5 arrested after 4 Rincon meth labs busted

Donald Roberts (Source: Effingham Co. Sheriff's Office) Donald Roberts (Source: Effingham Co. Sheriff's Office)
Korina Morgan (Source: Effingham County Sheriff's Office) Korina Morgan (Source: Effingham County Sheriff's Office)
Michael Seckinger (Source: Effingham Co. Sheriff's Office) Michael Seckinger (Source: Effingham Co. Sheriff's Office)
Charles Ellis Morgan  (Source: Effingham Co. Sheriff's Office) Charles Ellis Morgan (Source: Effingham Co. Sheriff's Office)
Sherry Capps (Source: Effingham Co. Sheriff's Office) Sherry Capps (Source: Effingham Co. Sheriff's Office)
RINCON, GA (WTOC) -

Five Rincon residents face drug charges in connection with four methamphetamine labs being discovered.

Deputies with the Effingham County Sheriff's Office found the meth labs after three-month investigation.

Meth labs were found over the weekend at locations throughout the county, including Holly Street in Rincon; Fort Howard Road in Rincon; Claytons Bluff in Rincon; and Woodland Drive in Rincon.

Donald Roberts, 33, of Rincon; Michael Eric Seckinger, 53, of Rincon; Randy Waters, 58, of Rincon; Sherry Capps, 53, of Rincon; and Korina Morgan, 28, of Rincon; have all been charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.

During the search on Woodland Drive, Charles Ellis Morgan, 36, of Rincon, ran from the scene, according to the sheriff's office. He is wanted by deputies on charges of manufacturing meth.

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