$1 million bond holds meth lab suspect

Staff report

A Vass man was arrested by Moore County sheriff’s deputies on Thursday for allegedly running a methamphetamines lab from a Southern Pines┬áhome.

Jose Manuel Lopez-Rodriguez

Jose Manuel Lopez-Rodriguez

Sheriff Neil Godfrey said Jose Manuel Lopez-Rodriguez, 34, of Vass, used the apartment and outbuildings at 1153 E. Connecticut Ave. to manufacture meth. During the execution of a search warrant on Oct. 28, deputies seized items used to manufacture meth, two grams of methamphetamine and other drug paraphernalia.

Lopez-Rodriguez was charged with the manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine precursors, possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a place for the storage of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Lopez-Rodriguez received a $1 million secured bond and was placed in the Moore County Detention Center.

Filed in: Latest Headlines, News, Public safety

You might like:

Mallery wins the week, Shreve takes over points lead Mallery wins the week, Shreve takes over points lead
Clinic helps players break habits old and new Clinic helps players break habits old and new
Spiker, Beachy tie for WMDG lead Spiker, Beachy tie for WMDG lead
Russ, Wolodkin claim mid-season tourney wins Russ, Wolodkin claim mid-season tourney wins
© 2022 AlleganyPlayground.com. All rights reserved. XHTML / CSS Valid.