Two Yadkinville residents have been arrested and are facing multiple drug charges after authorities discovered a meth lab in their residence.
On Nov. 21, the Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office, Yadkinville Police Department, Davie County Sheriff’s Office and State Bureau of Investigations dismantled a methamphetamine production laboratory on U.S. 601 in Yadkin County near the Davie County line.
The laboratory was discovered following an investigation by the Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office, which led authorities to the address. Clinton Dwight Hudspeth, 47, and Tabitha Hollar Amoedo, 40, both of Yadkinville, lived at the residence and were the targets of the investigation, according to law enforcement officials.
The clandestine laboratory team discovered multiple methamphetamine production vessels inside the residence and behind the residence in a burn pit. The team also discovered precursor chemicals inside the residence used to produce methamphetamine along with marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Hudspeth was arrested and given a $14,500 secured bond. Amoedo was arrested and given a $5,000 secured bond. Hudspeth was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, maintaining a dwelling, possession of precursor chemicals, and conspiracy. Amoedo was charged with possession of precursor chemicals, maintaining a dwelling, and conspiracy.
Both Hudspeth and Amoedo are scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 17, 2017.