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3 brothers arrested after meth lab bust in Rock Hill

ROCK HILL Police arrested three brothers on drug charges after York County’s Multijurisdictional Drug Unit found methamphetamine and marijuana in their home, according to Lt. Mike Ligon.

Tony Allen Bouler, 32, Thomas Dean Bouler, 30, and their half-brother, Jayson Lee Davis, 35, live in Rock Hill homes that Ligon says were using the “one pot method” to produce methamphetamine.

During a undercover investigation, Ligon said, one of the brothers sold meth to a police officer.

Police obtained a search warrant for Tony Bouler's home, he said, where they found products known to be used in manufacturing meth. Drug unit Commander Marvin Brown said a hazardous material cleanup crew was called in to remove meth lab materials from the home.

"We are out today looking for another meth lab that these guys might be responsible," Brown said.

Thomas Bouler is charged with two counts of manufacturing and distributing methamphetamine and is in jail awaiting arrest warrants from another agency. He was given a $10,000 bond.

Tony Bouler is charged with possession of a controlled substance, two counts of manufacturing and distributing methamphetamine and two counts of distributing, selling or producing drugs near a school. His bond was set at $24,000.

Davis has been charged with possession of marijuana and methamphetamine and was issued a $7,120 bond.

Authorities at the Catawba Indian Reservation where the men lived assisted in the operation, Brown said.

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