Two Onslow County residents are suspected of maintaining a meth lab in a residence, according to the Jacksonville Daily News.
The paper reported that 26-year-old Nora Fay Poole and 37-year-old Sean Gordon of Gregory Fork Road in Richlands were charged by the Onslow County Sheriff's Office on Sunday for allegedly maintaining a meth lab.
The two are charged with with two counts of manufacturing methamphetamine, three counts of possession and distribution of meth precursors and one count each of maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/place for controlled substance, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver methamphetamine, manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Poole and Gordon are suspected of keeping a dwelling on Angel's Haven Lane in Richlands for keeping and selling methamphetamine, according to warrants. They are also accused of possessing lithium, sulfuric acid and sodium hydroxide.
Their bonds totaled at $365,000.