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Spartanburg Woman Faces Multiple Meth Charges

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Jones faces multiple drug charges after deputies found items used to make meth at her house. Jones faces multiple drug charges after deputies found items used to make meth at her house.
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A Spartanburg woman faces multiple drug charges after deputies say they found items used to make meth in her home.

Deborah McBrayer Jones is charged with four counts of drugs/attempt and conspiracy, possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of drugs near a school and disposing methamphetamine waste, according to our coverage partner the Spartanburg Herald-Journal.

Deputies went to Jones’ house on Monday and found a burned “one-pot meth lab” in a burn pile outside of the residence along with other paraphernalia. After searching an outbuilding and the home itself, deputies say they found a lot of items used to make meth.

Jones’ house is located half a mile away from Spartanburg Methodist College. Jones is being held on $20,000 bond at the Spartanburg County Jail. 

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