Update: 3 charged after deputies seize a meth lab in Rural Hall
Rural Hall, N.C. — Deputies have charged three suspects after searching a home on University Parkway and finding an active methamphetamine lab on Friday.
Shortly before 10:45 a.m., Forsyth County deputies said they searched 6475 A-B University Parkway, with SBI agents as part of a drug investigation.
Deputies said they discovered an “active” methamphetamine inside the building.
The immediate area was secured and hazardous materials crews were called to dispose of the lab.
Following an investigation three suspects were arrested and charged.
Gregory Clark Foster, 49, of 6475-A University Parkway, has been charged with felonious trafficking methamphetamine by possession, felonious manufacturing schedule II, felonious possession of precursor chemicals, felonious trafficking methamphetamine by manufacturing, maintaining a dwelling for controlled substance, and misdemeanor child abuse. Foster is being held under $2 million secured bond.
Amanda Raeleen Lane, 41, 6475-A University Parkway, has been charged with felonious trafficking methamphetamine by possession, felonious manufacturing schedule II, felonious possession of precursor chemicals, and felonious trafficking methamphetamine by manufacturing. Lane is being held under a $ 2 million secured bond.
Timothy Arnold Bodford, 51, of 6475-B University Parkway has been charged with felonious possession with intent to sell/deliver schedule II, and two felonious counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Bodford’s is being held under a $40,000 secured bond.
Deputies said an investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information is requested to contact the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office at (336) 727-2112.
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