Second Person Charged With Making Meth After Fatal Fire Investigation

A second arrest has been made for manufacturing meth as a result of an investigation into a fatal house fire last year in Wayne County.

Adam Outlaw of Mount Olive is being held without bond after his arrest for making meth.

Killed in the April 9th fire on Camp Trailee Road was Dennis Anderson, Jr.
Three other people were able to get out of the burning home. Deputies have not said what started the fire.

On Tuesday deputies announced that Lisa Hood was also charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.


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A woman is charged with manufacturing meth after authorities investigated a fatal house fire last year.

Lisa Hood is being held without bond on the manufacturing methamphetamine charge and Wayne County Deputies say more charges may follow.

Killed in the April 9th fire on Camp Trailee Road was Dennis Anderson, Jr.

Three other people were able to get out of the burning home.

Deputies have not said what started the fire.


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  • by Anonymous on Mar 5, 2010 at 04:46 AM
    Sad thing about this is...Wayne CO is finally doing something about it after be PAID. Messed up world when you have to pay for justice. Wonder how much it will cost to find out what happened to the fella before the fire.... Justice is not served. Not anywhere near it. Wayne Could take a hint from Duplin. They also need to work together....we are sister counties with border jumping labs.
  • by FAMILYGIRL on Mar 4, 2010 at 01:19 PM
    One more, maybe two, to go. :)
  • by anonymous Location: mount olive on Mar 4, 2010 at 09:15 AM
    These two particular people have been locked up before only to get out & do it again. People we need to write our congressmen, senators, judges, da's etc, the police departments can only do so much. They don't sentence them they just lock them. But you can't do wrong and get by with it forever. Eventually it catches up with you. And yes Meth kills!
  • by Anonymous on Mar 4, 2010 at 08:31 AM
    If I know there's someone cooking meth up in the back room, do you think I'd be hanging around why was he? If you lie with dogs you get fleas or birds of a feather flock together. Either one you want to take, both are accurate for this. You can't help someone get clean who doesn't want to get clean. Kudos to Wayne County Authorities, Duplin county needs to step up its fight against meth labs as well.
  • by Anonymous on Mar 3, 2010 at 03:17 PM
    If a handle had been taken on this years ago...there wouldn't be a second and third generation of them.....and there would not be so many repeat offenders. It leaves NOTHING behind it. Meth kills. Period.
  • by DEA Location: Wayne County on Mar 3, 2010 at 10:11 AM
    Speaking of "families being ripped apart" I guess I'd be the first to know... I'd like to respond to the "What more do you want them to do?" ALOT MORE.. Allen was an extremely special person, he would never have hurt anyone, he would have given you the shirt off his back, he cried when Charlotte died..watching Charlottes Web not long before he died. I realize this was a "meth lab" but don't we all make mistakes, finding ourselves in situations where we know we should not be?? The difference is.. Allens "bad decison" costed him his life, His mother..a son. His son..a father, Someone who loved him more than ever..a soulmate. I believe the authorities are doing their best..it takes time for these things, but she'll eventually pay for what happened that night. So Yes I'm against meth and all it's components, but not many of them end in the death of such a wonderful person. I think that should be the main focus from this point.
  • by familygirl Location: wayne on Mar 3, 2010 at 09:41 AM
    What is wrong with wanting to see more done? Are we the best we can be? Maybe we are number two for busts because of our high rate of this particular activity? Continue with your bash. I will continue to be pro-active :)
  • by Whatever Location: Wayne County on Mar 3, 2010 at 07:46 AM
    once again pay attention to the news. Wayne Co. was number two in the state for 2009in Meth Lab seizures and already number one in 2010. Although this is bad news it also shows that Wayne County is proactive against Meth and Meth Labs.
  • by FAMILYGIRL Location: WAYNE COUNTY on Mar 3, 2010 at 06:42 AM
    Keeping her locked up the first, or second, or third time would have been nice. The length of time it takes to lock them up is crazy.
  • by ???? Location: wilson on Mar 3, 2010 at 06:16 AM
    shes in jail with out a bond... what more do you want them to do???
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