Meth Lab Found at Simpsonville Home, Child Taken In Protective Custody
Deputies were called to a home for welfare check and found a small child living in a home where a meth lab was located.
A small child is protective custody after a meth lab was found at a Simpsonville home.
Greenville deputies said they were called to a home at 818 Jenkins Bridge Road in Simpsonville on Sept. 9, as part of a welfare check for a one-year-old girl.
Deputies determined the child had been in the home while the lab was active. The child was taken into protective custody and turned over to DSS.
Deputies have charged the child's mother, Brandy Woodside, with Unlawful Neglect of a Child.
Daniel Gryszel has been charged with Manufacturing Meth, Unlawful
Manufacture of Meth in the Presence of a Child, and Possession of Meth.
Woodside is currently in the Greenville County Detention Center on a $10,000 bond. Gryszel also is incarcerated on a $50,000 bond.