Four accused of running meth lab in Raleigh house

From staff reportsJanuary 7, 2013 

— Wake County sheriff’s deputies raided a home in the city over the weekend and charge three men and a woman with operating a methamphetamine lab as well as possession of the drug, ingredients used to make it and ecstasy.

According to arrest warrants executed Saturday, meth was being made in the house at 509 Aberdeen Drive and in a shed behind it.

Jacob Aaron Bullock, 30, Robert Proulx, 49, and Laura Elizabeth Clark, 23, were arrested about noon, arrest reports show.

Brian Timothy Brantley was arrested about 3:30 p.m.

Proulx, Brantley and Clark list the house as their home address, according to the reports.

Proulx appears to have no permanent address.

All four were accused of possession of methamphetamine, maintaining the house at 509 Aberdeen and the shed as a place to keep or sell drugs, manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of meth with intent to manufacture, sell or distribute it and possession of ecstasy.

Each also is charged with possessing precursor materials for meth, including pseudoephedrine, crystal drain cleaner and lantern fuel.

The three men were held on $200,000 bond each. Clark was held on $75,000 bond.

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