Inactive Meth Lab Found In Selma

The NC State Bureau of Investigation was called late-Thursday in to clean up a methamphetamine lab found inside a residence in the Selma city limits.

It started when a Johnston County deputy went to an address on Millbrook Street to serve an arrest warrant.  The wanted person was not at home but officers reportedly noticed, in plain sight, components commonly used to manufacture methamphetamines.

Upon closer examination, deputies and drug agents reportedly found a meth lab that was no longer active.  The NC SBI responded to Millbrook Street to clean up the toxic chemicals.

Melissa Leann Custer, 46, of Selma was charged with felony possession of methamphetamines and felony conspiracy. Custer was transported to the Johnston County Jail and held under a $20,000 secured bond.