A person who is operating methamphetamine labs in his own home may find that he's not living at home too long into the future. There are many reasons why running such a dangerous operation out of your home will come to the attention of the police. That realization may have dawned on a North Carolina man who was recently accused of running meth labs in his Rowan County home, and arrested on multiple drug charges.
Three people in North Carolina are facing drug charges after Brunswick County investigators allegedly uncovered a meth lab. A search warrant was executed for an Elkin Street home, and investigators found the meth lab as well as ingredients related to the manufacture of meth. After the search occurred, three people were arrested and will soon be in court for drug charges.