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2 accused of camping in empty home, cooking meth

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Larry Davenport (left) and Lisa Snelgrove. (Spartanburg Co. Detention Center) Larry Davenport (left) and Lisa Snelgrove. (Spartanburg Co. Detention Center)
WOODRUFF, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Two people accused of making methamphetamine while camping out in a vacant Woodruff home were arrested on Sunday, according to police.

Woodruff police were notified that two people wanted in Laurens County may be staying in a vacant house on Buncombe Street and manufacturing methamphetamine there.

On Sunday, investigators spoke with a next door neighbor who said he had let a homeless couple stay inside the vacant home for a few night, which he said he was in the process of buying, according to an incident report.

When investigators searched the home, they said they found clothing, several heaters, pizza boxes, mattresses and materials used to make methamphetamine, the report said.

Officers said they went to another neighbor's house down the street where the couple was allegedly hiding and found them there.

Lisa Snelgrove, 46, and Larry Davenport, 48, were both arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.

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