Two Moore County residents were arrested recently, stemming from a search of their home. The investigating North Carolina police officers claim that the two were operating a methamphetamine laboratory out of their residence. Both individuals face multiple drug charges relating to the alleged meth manufacturing accusations.
In the Bladen County area of North Carolina, two men were arrested for drug charges after being pulled over by police. The vehicle caught the attention of police when a patrol officer noticed the expired tag, which then led to what the officer said was a "probable cause search" of the vehicle. There is no indication of what specifically caused the police to search the car after making the initial traffic stop. The drug charges are based on evidence that was supposedly found in the search.
A man accused of growing marijuana outside his North Carolina home is now facing drug charges. At the time of a local news report, the 42-year-old from Rhodhiss had not yet been arrested, but Caldwell County authorities indicated that he is likely to be accused of several offenses pending a grand jury indictment. Police claim they were tipped off about illegal activity going on at the man's home.
Police recently arrested a North Carolina man on allegations of producing counterfeit money. Authorities have accused the young man of a number of crimes, including forgery of bank notes, possession of stolen goods and possession of counterfeit money. At the time of a local news report, he was being held in jail under a $30,000 bond.