Two Johnston County residents are in jail accused of operating a methamphetamine lab found inside a home Thursday.
Agents with the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division said they found the meth lab at the home of James Daniel Lancaster II, 31, on Narron Road, off Old Beulah Road outside of Selma.
Lancaster and a second person, Tabitha Jo Godwin, 41, of Junior Road, Kenly were arrested and charged with manufacturing meth, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for a controlled substance, possess-distribute meth precursors, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony conspiracy.
Both suspects were confined in the Johnston County Jail under a $150,000 bond each.
The NC SBI responded to the scene to clean up the toxic meth lab components.