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Nightclub owner accused of having meth mailed to his home

The owner of Ibiza Nightclub is accused of having methamphetamine mailed to his home.

Undercover operation leads to meth arrests

The Bladen County Sheriff's Office has arrested two people in connection with methamphetamine manufacturing after a two month undercover operation.

Court: Meth felons must be told allergy med purchase illegal

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: Man used parents’ vacation home for meth lab

Investigators say a North Carolina man used his parents' vacation home in Bladen County to make meth.

Would-be Tarzan allegedly tried to climb into exhibit

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.

Pair arrested on meth charges, child present at bust

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.

Meth lab found inside elementary school teacher’s home

Authorities say they found a meth lab inside the home of a 38-year-old elementary school teacher near Zebulon.

NHC Sheriff’s Office investigating possible meth lab

Law enforcement responded to a possible meth lab Thursday evening.

Police: SBI looking into meth-making materials found at apartment

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.

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