Police find possible meth lab during burglary call

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WTKR) - Virginia Beach Police have arrested and charged four people after finding meth making material yesterday.

Police discovered it in a home while responding to a burglary call.

On March 12 at 8:15 a.m., police were called to a home in the 1100 block of Northvale Drive for a possible burglary.

Officers got to the scene and saw signs of forced entry into the home.

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As officers were investigating the burglary, they saw drug paraphernalia.

The Virginia Beach Fire Department's Hazardous Materials Team responded to the scene due to possible meth making materials in the home.

Northvale Drive was closed to traffic from the 1100 block to the 1300 block as a precaution.

Evan Eugene Reames III was arrested in connection to the burglary. He was charged with two counts of breaking and entering with intent to assault. He is being held in the Virginia Beach Correctional Facility without bond.

According to an arrest warrant, Reames broke into the home of Kimberly Volkman and Tiffany Miller.

Four people were arrested in reference to the drug violations:

  • 39-year-old Kimberly Francis Volkman of Virginia Beach was charged with possession of a controlled substance and three counts of manufacture, sale ,possession of a controlled substance.
  • 40-year-old Eric Scott Addison of Virginia Beach was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
  • 45-year-old Michael Joseph Hoiness Jr. of Chesapeake was charged with possession of a controlled substance, two counts of manufacture, sale, possession of a controlled substance, conspiracy to violate drug control act.
  • 36-year-old Shawn Michael Addison of Virginia Beach was charged with possession of a controlled substance, two counts of manufacture, sale possession of a controlled substance, conspiracy to violate drug control act.
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