CHARLESTON, W.Va.--- Kanawha County sheriff's deputies arrested two people Wednesday for allegedly operating a methamphetamine lab inside the Orchard Manor housing complex.
Randy Lee Donahue Jr., 32, and Holly Nicole Willis, 29, both of Charleston, were charged with operating a clandestine drug lab, according to a news release issued by Kanawha sheriff's Cpl. Brian Humphreys.
Deputies developed probable cause to investigate Donahue and Willis' apartment on Hutchinson Street in the Orchard Manor community. They found materials used in meth manufacturing, marijuana, heroin and a .380-caliber pistol, according to the release.
Donahue and Willis are being held in South Central Regional Jail in lieu of a $25,000 cash-only bail. Additional charges are pending, according to the release.
Deputies executed the search warrant at the apartment with assistance from the Kanawha County Sheriff's SWAT Team because one of the residents was known to carry a gun, according to the release.