A meth lab is being dismantled in Lenoir County.
Deputies say Thursday night a tip led them to the home on Forrest Drive, outside of Kinston. There narcotics investigators smelled the odor of meth cooking and they could actually see evidence of the operation within the home.
Deputies say two people inside admitted to making meth. Details of charges against the two are not immediately available.
The North Carolina SBI, along with other local agencies were notified because of the volatility of the chemicals used in the cooking process.
The Sheriff's Office says they expect more information to be released on Monday about the lab.
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