Four arrested in Landrum on meth charges
Published 6:06 pm Thursday, May 30, 2013
Four people were arrested on meth charges in the Greenville County
area of Landrum Wednesday, May 29,according to Greenville County
Sheriff’s Office spokesman Michael Hildebrand.
Deputies responded to a disturbance call from Oak Grove Rd. around 5 p.m.
When deputies arrived at 322 Oak Grove Rd. they found four people inside a mobile home with a meth lab. Deputies arrested all four individuals including Jim T. Allison, 51, of 1794 Highway 11, Landrum; Thomas G. Campbell, 58, of 322 Oak Grove Road;
Karen Jenkins, 42, of 230 Jamison Mill Road and Carl Collins, Jr., 65, of 210 Highway 20, Piedmont.
Each individual was charged with disposal of meth waste and manufacture, distribution of meth.
As of Thursday afternoon all were being held in Greenville County Detention Center. Allison’s Jenkins’ bond is set at $15,000, Collins’ and Campbell’s bonds are set for $5,000 each.