Five charged after two meth labs found in Chatham County
Posted May 16, 2015
Updated May 17, 2015
Gulf, N.C. — Five people were arrested Saturday after authorities said they found two methamphetamine labs in Chatham County.
Deputies said one of the labs was located in a shed behind 20 Alton King Road in Gulf, and the second was found in the trunk of a vehicle at the home.
Jordan Olivia Newell, of Goldston, Ronald Dustin Kimrey, of Haw River, and Jason Eugene Sloan, Jody Wayne Sloan, and Marian Sloan, of Gulf, were charged with manufacturing meth, felony possession meth, maintaining a dwelling, possession of precursors with intense to manufacture meth.
The group faces a total of 30 felony charges.
All five suspects are scheduled to appear in court June 8.