Two charged with making meth in Lenoir house
Two Lenoir residents were arrested Tuesday and accused of running a crude methamphetamine lab operation in the home they shared.
Caldwell County Sheriff's Office Ice agents had been investigating Paul Edward Seeds Jr., 23, of 3036 Outaws Lane after learning he may have been making meth. Ice agents searched the house, a press release from the sheriff's office said, and found methamphetamines, meth chemicals, a small meth lab, a .22-caliber pistol and drug paraphernalia.
Seeds, 25, and Casey Danielle Bryant, 22, were charged with felony manufacture of methamphetamine and felony possession of precursur chemicals. Each was put in jail with bond set at $75,000.