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Police: Tip leads to discovery of Woodruff meth lab, 5 arrests

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Top-left to bottom-right: Bertha Alford, Johnny Coleman, Joseph Brooks, Crystal Redrick and Charles Malone. (Source: Woodruff Police Dept.) Top-left to bottom-right: Bertha Alford, Johnny Coleman, Joseph Brooks, Crystal Redrick and Charles Malone. (Source: Woodruff Police Dept.)
Cheryl Mullins (Source: Woodruff Police Dept.) Cheryl Mullins (Source: Woodruff Police Dept.)
WOODRUFF, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Five people are in custody and a sixth is wanted after police said they discovered meth labs at a Woodruff home.

Woodruff Police Chief Alan Bledsoe said they received an anonymous tip about someone making and selling methamphetamine at 224 Washington St.

Police along with Spartanburg County Narcotics officers responded to the home and discovered two meth labs. Their investigation led to six warrants signed for trafficking methampetamine, leading to the arrests of Bertha Alford, 45; Johnny Coleman, 46; Joseph Brooks, 29; Crystal Redrick, 25; and Charles Malone, 32, Bledsoe said.

He said Cheryl Mullins, 35, remains wanted and all six suspects lived at the home.

Additionally, police said the suspects were also charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.

Anyone with information on Mullins' whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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