Two Edinburg Men Face Meth Charges
Posted: November 3, 2012
HARRISONBURG — Two Edinburg men were arrested Halloween night on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, police say.
Maj. Scott Proctor, with the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office, said the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force executed two warrants Wednesday, one at each of the men’s homes.
Patrick Willis Cameron, 21, of 304 Sara Ann Ave., and Nathan Scott Berry, 20, of Cave Spring Lane, were charged with one count each.
Proctor said materials used in the cooking process and finished methamphetamine were located at both residences.
Guns were also found at both houses.
Investigators arrived on both scenes around 10 p.m. and remained processing evidence for five or six hours.
Proctor said that police believe the accused were in business together and both were arrested at the Sara Ann Avenue location.
An approximately 1-year-old child was found at the residence on Cave Spring Lane. Proctor said that the Department of Social Services was contacted and is involved with the welfare of the child.
Additional charges may be pending for both the accused as well as other individuals, he said.
Cameron and Berry were released on $5,000 secured bonds Thursday. They are scheduled to appear in Shenandoah County General District Court on Nov. 19.
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