A second person is facing charges after a meth lab was found in a local neighborhood.
28-year-old John Brown of Goldsboro is in jail under a $200,000 bond.
An investigation by the Goldsboro/Wayne County Interagency Drug Task Force and the SBI found that Brown was buying pseudoephedrine, which is used to make methamphetamine. He's the second person arrested after authorities busted the meth lab on Kent Lane in Pikeville on Tuesday.
Earlier in the week, 41-year-old Marc Kearney was arrested after authorities got a tip that he was making and selling meth out of his Pikeville home.
An ongoing investigation into local meth labs has netted another arrest.
The Goldsboro/Wayne County Drug Task Force says they got a tip that Marc Kearney was making and selling methamphetamine from his home on Kent Lane in Pikeville. After searching the home, the 41 year old was arrested.
Kearney faces more than ten drug charges and is being held under a $240,000 secured bond.
The investigation is ongoing and authorities expect more arrests.
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