The Bladen County Sheriff's Office has arrested two people in connection with methamphetamine manufacturing after a two month undercover operation.
The Court of Appeals says the state must notify people convicted of possessing or manufacturing methamphetamine that it's illegal for them to purchase some over-the-counter medicines even for legal uses.
Investigators say a North Carolina man used his parents' vacation home in Bladen County to make meth.
A man who claimed to be Tarzan has been arrested after he allegedly climbed a tree and tried to get into the monkey exhibit at a Southern California zoo.
Deputies with the Columbus County Sheriff's Office said a Durham pair is accused of having and trafficking methamphetamine. A young child was with the pair at the time of the arrest, they said.
Authorities say they found a meth lab inside the home of a 38-year-old elementary school teacher near Zebulon.
Law enforcement responded to a possible meth lab Thursday evening.
Police say the SBI is now handling the investigation into a meth lab after officers discovered meth-making materials thrown in the trash at a Wilmington apartment.
A meth arrest also turned into a call to social services in Onslow County.
A Pender County man will spend about five years in prison after pleading guilty to running a meth lab.