Jacksonvile man arrested for RV meth lab - WSPA.com

Jacksonvile man arrested for RV meth lab

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JACKSONVILLE, N.C. - A Jacksonville man is facing charges after investigators found an active meth lab inside an RV.

A month-long joint investigation by the Jacksonville Police Department, State Bureau of Investigation and the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office led investigators to the RV on Whaley Field Road near Rock Creek Subdivision Thursday afternoon.

Investigators executed a search warrant and located an active “one pot” methamphetamine lab inside the RV. The suspect, Seth Austin Jarman, was taken into custody.

Jarman is facing several charges including manufacturing methamphetamine, maintaining a dwelling for controlled substance, possession of meth precursors (4 counts) and possession of a stolen firearm.

“Methamphetamine production is a dangerous public safety hazard.  We will continue to zealously investigate any methamphetamine related criminal activity in our community” stated Captain Jason Bettis, JPD Investigative Services Supervisor.

Jarman is in the Onslow County Jail under a $166,000 bond.
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