ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. — An investigation that began in October 2013 into a meth lab operation producing $4 million worth of the drug led to the indictment of 26 people across the area, according to the State Bureau of Investigation.
The meth labs were found at 12 locations in several counties, including the RCC Western Store that used to be at the Concord Mills Mall and three mobile labs.
Lindy Pistone, a former manager of the RCC Western Store that was formerly located in the mall, cooked meth inside after hours, investigators said.
Pistone invited friends over to join her cooking meth inside the store’s bathroom up to a dozen times, officials said.
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