Despite the obvious depravity of this South Carolina couple’s operation, we can’t help but admire their efficiency:
A Greenville man and woman are facing drug charges after police said they stopped a vehicle with an active methamphetamine lab inside it at North Pleasantburg Drive and Wade Hampton Boulevard.
The arrests occurred after the two were stopped at 10:20 p.m. in a Ford Taurus about half a mile from Bob Jones University, a police incident report said.
The officer said he was given verbal consent from the driver to search the car and found items commonly used to manufacture methamphetamine, the report and warrants said.
Also in the car was 2.8 grams of methamphetamine and a Mountain Dew bottle with meth actively being cooked in the trunk of the vehicle, warrants said.
Our emphasis. We also can’t help chortle at the fact this couple was nabbed so close to BJU, where clean living is considered sacred. Perhaps they were merely getting geeked up for this campus casting call.