Trial Begins For Onslow Co. Man Charged With Making Mobile Meth Lab

By: April Davis/ Carly Swain
By: April Davis/ Carly Swain

Jury selection has wrapped up in Onslow County for a man accused of running a mobile meth lab and opening arguments are expected tomorrow.

LaDonn Simpson was before a judge Monday afternoon in Onslow County. Both sides are working to fill the jury box. Simpson faces a number of charges related to making and selling meth. Prosecutors say officers found evidence of a mobile meth lab in Simpson's SUV-items Simpson says were not his.

If convicted, and given the maximum sentence on every count, Simpson could face a lifetime prison term.

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  • by Bryant on Feb 6, 2012 at 08:51 PM
    Hahaha, really?! In your car and they are not you just let you friend store his meth ingredients in moron. Innocent until proven guilty, but ignorant from birth.
  • by pigman Location: Seven Springs on Feb 6, 2012 at 06:35 PM
    Was there anyone with him ? Can he say where it came from ?

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