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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