CHESAPEAKE--Two men and two women were charged Friday following an investigation into a suspected meth lab in Chesapeake.

Police charged 29-year-old Randi Stoll with two counts of manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of synthetic narcotics and possession of dangerous drugs.

Also charged were 52-year-old Gary Coats, 50-year-old Donna Miller and 33-year-old Waiters Briley.

Coats was charged with possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and a probation violation. Miller was charged with possession of heroin and possession of cocaine. Briley was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Virginia Beach for revocation of suspended sentence.

Authorities were set up in front of a house Friday in the 4500 block of S. Military Highway.

A warrant was served on the house around 9:45 a.m., said police spokeswoman MPO Kelly O'Sullivan, and officers discovered chemicals and equipment consistent with the manufacturing of meth.

This is the second meth investigation in Hampton Roads today. Before dawn Friday, Va. Beach and federal authorities were on Old Courthouse Road investigating suspicious activity in a shed. One person was taken into custody there but had not been charged by early afternoon.

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