3 arrested after Randolph County child exposed to meth lab

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Dylan Bryant Vestal, Ashley Dawn Mashburn and Jason Kyle Martin
Dylan Bryant Vestal, Ashley Dawn Mashburn and Jason Kyle Martin

RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Three people in Randolph County were arrested Monday after authorities discovered that a child may have been exposed to a methamphetamine lab.

Randolph County deputies charged Dylan Bryant Vestal, 24; Ashley Dawn Mashburn, 23; and Jason Kyle Martin, 23, with manufacturing methamphetamine.

Vestal and Mashburn were also charged with maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for a controlled substance.

Deputies responded to the High Point Regional Emergency Room in reference to a 911 call about a child who may have been exposed to a methamphetamine lab.

The Vice Narcotics Unit and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation were called to search a home located at 6130 Meadowbrook Drive in Trinity.

At the home, detectives found a methamphetamine lab and seized components used to make the drug.

As a result, Mashburn is also facing felony child abuse charges.

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