1,176 grams of meth found at Surry County home, 3 arrested

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Brian Regn, Jack Jackson Jr. and Megan Barrier (left to right).

DOBSON, N.C. — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office found a methamphetamine lab in a home in the Copeland community.

When officers entered the home  located at 139 Coachlight Lane, they found three people cooking a batch of methamphetamine.

Brian Regn, 59, the homeowner, Jack Jackson Jr., 35, of Mount Airy, and Megan Barrier, 20, of Cana, Va., were arrested  while officers searched the home.

Officers found 1,176 grams of methamphetamine, chemicals used to produce the drug, plastic containers used for the cooking process, smoking devices and hypodermic needles.

All three face methamphetamine related charges. Regn and Jackson are being held on $750,000 bond and Barrier is being held on a $5,000 bond.

The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation Clandestine Lab Team was called in to assist with collecting evidence from the home.

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