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Lincoln County Meth Lab Bust

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Meth and a missing teen.

That's what Lincoln County Sheriff’s deputies say they found in a home on Country Lane in Stanley.

"There were eleven other pot meth, meth labs, in the tractor trailer in the rear of the property," Sheriff David Carpenter told us.

In total, deputies say there were more than a dozen one pot meth labs on the property.

Deputies arrested 27-year-old Ashley Hunsucker. She faces two felony drug charges. Authorities say they also found the missing 14-year-old boy from Cornelius inside the house.

"Evidently, the juvenile was an associate either of Ms. Hunsucker that was arrested for the meth issues or one of the other associates that was there at the home that is unnamed right now," Sheriff Carpenter said.

The 14-year-old boy was turned back over to Cornelius.

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