A Coffee County deputy found more than he expected Tuesday night when attempting to serve a warrant at a residence on East Moore Street in Manchester. When Corporal James Sherrill went to the door, it was opened by 58-year-old William Kemper. Sherrill smelled the odor of a meth lab. While the officer was securing the house, he allegedly observed syringes, items associated with meth and a clear baggy of powder in plain view. 83 bags of synthetic marijuana packaged for resale were also in the room. Kemper, 18-year-old Stanley White, and 31-year-old Daniel Logue were charged with initiation process of meth, manufacture to sell and delivery, and possession of drug paraphernalia. White was also charged with possession of counterfeit money.