Three charged after officials find meth lab in Walnut Cove
Randall Wayne Hall, Floyd Coy Wilson Church and James Earl McCloud (left to right)
STOKES COUNTY, N.C. — Three men have been charged after officers said they discovered a meth lab at a mobile home Friday in Walnut Cove.
The Stokes News reported that Randall Wayne Hall, 48, of Walnut Cove; Floyd Coy Wilson Church, 35, of Winston-Salem and James Earl McCloud, 48, of Walkertown, were charged in the incident.
The paper reported that authorities were called in to help clean up the meth lab at 988 Fowler Road in a mobile home park near Highway 89.
Hall was charged with three counts felony manufacturing meth, three counts felony possession of precursors, and felony maintaining a drug dwelling.
Church was charged with felony manufacturing meth and felony conspiracy to manufacture meth.
McCloud was charged with felony manufacturing meth, felony conspiracy to manufacture meth, and felony possession of precursors.
Read more: The Stokes News.
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