Two arrested after meth lab found in Stokes County; one more wanted
WALNUT COVE, N.C. — Two people were arrested and one more is still sought after authorities said a meth lab was found in Stokes County.
The Stokes News reported that Teddy Mason Chatman, 48, of Germanton, and Wendy Lee Reynolds, 42, of Walnut Cove, were charged after a drug investigation.
Authorities said meth-making material was found after a search warrant was executed at a home at 1464 Power Dam Road in Walnut Cove on March 15.
The home is listed as Reynolds’ address. Officers said they found “significant items believed to be used in producing methamphetamine.”
Reynolds was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, two counts conspiracy to manufacture meth, two counts possession of precursors, possession of cocaine, maintaining a drug house, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Chatman was charged with manufacturing meth, 10 counts conspiring to manufacture meth and 10 counts possession of precursors.
Both suspects received $75,000 secured bonds and have court dates planned for April 17.
The paper reported that Scottie Ray Settlemyre, 38, of 105 Kayla Drive, King, is wanted on charges of manufacturing meth, 10 counts conspiring to manufacture meth and 10 counts possession of precursors.
Anyone with any information can call the Stokes County Sheriff ‘s Office at (336) 593-8787.
Source: The Stokes News.Submit Your Photo
- Closings and Delays
- LIVE BLOG: Latest on power outages and road conditions
- Woman’s automatic payments hid her death for 6 years, body found mummified
- Ice, wind down trees across NC; over 300,000 across state without power
- Guilford Co. declares State of Emergency, over 175,000 county residents without power