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Investigators shut down meth lab in Stedman

Posted July 17

Mugshot of Jospeh Allen Timpe.

—  Cumberland County sheriff's investigators have shut down a methamphetamine lab in Stedman and are searching for its owner.

On July 16, deputies discovered what they say was a large-scale operation capable of producing large amounts of meth.

Joseph Allen Timpe, 32, who also lives at the residence, is wanted on charges of manufacturing methamphetamines, possession of precursor chemicals and maintaining a dwelling to sell and deliver meth. He could face additional charges.

Anyone with information about Timpe's whereabouts is urged to contact the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office at 910-323-1500.

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  • 678devilish Jul 21, 12:43 p.m.

    Illegal drug use and Meth is killing our society. That is the young, middle-age and seniors.

  • Lightfoot3 Jul 18, 11:26 a.m.

    "Investigators shut down meth lab in Stedman" - article


    Anti-capitalist commies!

    "Joseph Allen Timpe, 32, who also lives at the residence, is wanted on charges of manufacturing methamphetamines" - articles

    Run Joe Run! I'm sure I'm dating myself here. :)

  • support18 Jul 18, 10:57 a.m.

    YOu sure this wasn't supposed to read "Raleigh"? If they aren't making it there at the capital, they sure are using enough of it.