CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – Three people have been charged and are accused of cooking methamphetamine in and around a home where children live.
Albemarle police were told about this alleged incident by the Department of Social Services. Child Protective Services also got involved in the investigation.
The SBI and Stanly County Sheriff’s Office reportedly found evidence of a meth lab and meth was seized from the E. Main Street home.
Dylan Ray Elrod, Soua Tracy Thao and Minda Davis Slack have all been charged in this case.
Elrod faces felony charges of maintaining a dwelling for a place of controlled substance, other drug charges and misdemeanor child abuse. His bond was set at $64,000.
Thao is charged with similar charges as Elrod and she is being held under a $54,000 bond.
Slack was charged with felony maintaining a dwelling for a place of controlled substance and felony manufacture methamphetamine. Her bond was set at $50,000.
All three are expected in court on Sept. 19.