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Mother, son charged with running meth lab

Posted August 12, 2010

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— The Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a Seven Springs woman and her son on charges they operated a methamphetamine lab.

Vanessa Jean Willis, 51, and Jonathon Paul Frizzelle, 30, both of 401 Jerusalem Church Road, were each charged with possession to distribute methamphetamine precursors. Frizzelle also was charged with outstanding warrants from Johnston County on charges of possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine, carrying a concealed weapon and larceny and warrants from Wilson County on charges of assault with a deadly weapon.

Narcotics detectives received a tip that methamphetamine was being produced at a house on Jerusalem Church Road, and the homeowner consented to a search, authorities said. Chemicals used to make the drug were found in an outbuilding, and they and other paraphernalia were seized, authorities said.


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  • tazmeadowman3 Aug 12, 2010

    Kadee123 in case you are not aware of how it works.Police will stay there until the warrant is issued as to not leave you alone.

  • nonemeant Aug 12, 2010

    "No you may not come in officer." Why not try that the next time you have a meth lab in your back yard. That will give you some breathing room to get rid of stuff before they can get back with warrant. Crime 1010

  • Rebelyell55 Aug 12, 2010

    Well so much for private enterprise. To many people watching Breaking Bad.

  • tommys5 Aug 12, 2010


  • mamabearprotectinghercub Aug 12, 2010

    There is funny comments.

  • mamabearprotectinghercub Aug 12, 2010

    The photos would be great.

  • netzilla Aug 12, 2010

    A family run business

  • wralfan Aug 12, 2010

    Was this family on Oprah? Or Springer?

  • warrcorick Aug 12, 2010

    Where are the photos?

  • tommys5 Aug 12, 2010

    Just think . He proably started out on the "Hasbro Eazy Bake Oven and now look how mothers little boy is all grow up.