Five Arrested In Meth Bust

Five people are under arrest after lawmen bust a meth lab in Wilson County. When officers arrived at the residence they found two children inside.

The sheriff's office says they received information about a possible active meth lab and discovered it at 7314 Rock Ridge-Sims Road in the western part of the county.

A special response unit from the SBI has been on scene most of the day Wednesday along with the sheriff's office, Rock Ridge VFD, and Wilson EMS.

Authorities have charged 18 year-old Anthony Taylor, 24 year-old Dustin Boykin , 31 year-old Brandy Arrieta, 27 year-old Chrystal Helmick and 23 year-old Jacob Hinnant.

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  • by Victoria Location: Elm City on Mar 28, 2011 at 02:19 PM
    I was wondering what has happened with this case. Dustin Boykin was my first love when i was a child between 14-16. I am now 28. When i saw this on the news after it happened i was crushed. I knew he was not living right hell i mad many mistakes to when i was a kid but i grew up. Anyway what he did was wrong, but like i said he was my first love. I am happily married now but i was just wanting to see how he was.
  • by J Location: A on Jan 26, 2010 at 12:14 PM
    i am Brandy Arrietas son i do think they shouldnt have had done this but she couldnt pay for my brothers diabetis needs with just a fast food job. so she needed more got to do what you got to do
  • by the man Location: wilson on Aug 8, 2009 at 10:40 PM
    we live an die by the choices we make thats why they are where they are at & yes i do know all them personaly they should have had real jobs a honest living!!! TO BAD TO SAD!
  • by k Location: goldsboro on Aug 2, 2009 at 07:35 AM
    All you people who make these judgements against others should really just keep your mouth shut. People are innocent until proven guilty, not guilty til proven innocent. These kids shouldnt have been there, but if the parents didnt know what was going on, they are in just as much danger. Know the people you hang out and put your children first.
  • by Anonymous on Jul 23, 2009 at 08:02 PM
    I hope they don't just get a slap on the wrist!! But more than likely that's what'll happen
  • by Jay Location: anywhere on Jul 23, 2009 at 11:16 AM
    Gather ourselves? Do you have any idea what the chemicals used in meth production does to the lungs of these children? I just hope the kids will be place in a safe and loving home.
  • by To April Location: la la land on Jul 23, 2009 at 10:15 AM
    Wow, it's not our place to feel sorry for the families of those who do illegal things. They should have tought about that before getting into meth. Or the families should have considered it when they didn't help them get off of it. Regardless, they were producing for distribution to what could be your family. Consider what you'd feel if one of your family died off the crap they were making. They did the crime, let them do the time, and be happy they're off the streets.
  • by DL Location: Goldsboro on Jul 23, 2009 at 09:14 AM
    "Gather yourselves and become more considerate of others"? You are kidding me! I have 2 step-children who are the products of a Mom who chose drugs over her kids. So excuse me for having NO sympathy what-so-ever her or anyone who puts their habits before their children. The best place for her and others like her is JAIL. Thank you Law Enforcement for cleaning up the scum!
  • by Sgb Location: Eastern MD on Jul 23, 2009 at 09:02 AM
    I hope those 2 babies involved get the help they need.
  • by to April on Jul 23, 2009 at 08:48 AM
    you are a moron. maybe thesse people should get a real job and take care of their children. Oh, I forgot. Some people are to good to work at a fast food place. They make more money this way. Then they can get their hair fixed for hundreds of dollars and get their nails pretty.
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