Meth lab found in home of Randy Travis’ brother: report
David Traywick (Mugshot courtesy, WSOC-TV)
MARSHVILLE, N.C. — David Traywick — the brother of country music legend Randy Travis — was arrested Tuesday after police found a “one-pot” meth lab inside Traywick’s North Carolina home, according to WSOC.
Deputies tell WSOC they searched Traywick’s home on Fountain Hill Church Road in Union County on Tuesday night.
Traywick, 50, his wife, Jessica, and two other women were arrested as a result of evidence seized during the search, WSOC reports.
Deputies say Traywick was arrested about one year ago for the same type of offense.
Traywick is charged with conspiracy to traffic methamphetamine, WSOC reports. He has a court appearance set for Wednesday.
As of last report, Randy Travis remained in critical condition at The Heart Hospital at Baylor Plano in Texas after suffering congestive heart failure and a stroke. The 54-year-old singer was initially hospitalized Sunday at Baylor Medical Center at McKinney, Texas, with a presumptive cardiomyopathy.
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