Saturday, April 30, 2011

2 'One Pot' Meth Labs Discovered Same Day

2 'One Pot' Meth Labs Discovered Same Day

3 Face Charges In Wilkes County

POSTED: 1:53 pm EDT April 29, 2011
UPDATED: 3:30 pm EDT April 29, 2011
Two "one pot" method methamphetamine labs were discovered on Wednesday, leading to charges being filed against three people. View Suspect Mugshots Wilkes County Sheriff Chris Shew said officers investigating a tip at a home on Arbor Grove Baptist Church Road discovered a lab that morning.Joseph Marshall Jordan, 31, and Bobbie Jo Combs, 30, both of Roaring River, were arrested and charged with manufacturing meth and maintaining a dwelling to distribute drugs.Later that afternoon, Shew said a second lab was discovered at a home on Brookview Street in Miller's Creek.Evelyn Louise Peters, 46, was arrested in that case and is facing the same charges, Shew said.The one pot method, a simplified process for manufacturing meth in a 2-liter bottle, is becoming more popular among meth makers.

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