2 arrested in Guilford County meth lab bust

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Willis Ray Tuttle and Sina Tuttle

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Two Guilford County residents were arrested Tuesday on drug-related charges after an 18-month investigation.

Members of the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office Crime Repression Team served two narcotics search warrants in Oak Ridge, N.C. — one at 5309 Williard Road and another at 2103 Oak Ridge Road.

During the search, detectives found evidence of methamphetamine manufacturing as well as the drug itself.

As a result, Willis Ray Tuttle, 51, of 5309 Willard Road, was charged with possession with intent to sell or deliver a controlled substance; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; manufacturing methamphetamine; four counts of selling and delivering a controlled substance; four counts of selling narcotics within 1,000 feet of an elementary education facility; two counts of maintaining a business for the sale of controlled substances; maintaining a vehicle for the sale of a controlled substance; and one count of conspiracy to sell or deliver a controlled substance.

His wife, Sina Tuttle, 52, was also charged. She faces two counts of selling and delivering a controlled substance; two counts of maintaining a dwelling for the sale of controlled substances; one count of conspiracy to sell or deliver a controlled substance; and manufacturing methamphetamine.

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