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Four Arrested in Accomack County Meth Lab Bust

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GARGATHA, Va.- A suspected meth lab discovered in an Accomack County home has resulted in the arrests of four people. 

Virginia State Police and Accomack County sheriff's deputies said the bust happened Friday along Music Circle in Gargath.   

William Williams and Joanna Strickland were charged with conspiracy to manufacture meth with a child present. Victor Garced and Christian Hemphill were charged with consipracy to distribute meth.    

Williams, Strickland and Garced are being held without bond.  Hemphill is being held on a $10,000 bond.

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