Three charged with making meth in Willow Spring mobile home

From staff reportsOctober 14, 2013 

— A worker at a Zebulon home-security business, his sister and another man were scheduled to appear in court Monday on charges that they were running a methamphetamine manufacturing operation at a mobile home where two of the live.

Wake County sheriff’s deputies went to the trailer on a 44-acre tract at 2421 Watersong Drive about 10 p.m. Friday and arrested Jason Lee McLeod, 34, Kimberly McLeod Maynard, 38, and Benjamin Harrison Lionetti, 40, arrest reports showed.

Lionetti and Maynard live at 2421 Watersong, according to the reports, and neither is listed as having a job.

Jason Lee McLeod is listed as working for McLeod Security Systems of Zebulon and gave the company’s address, 2916 Shepard School Road in Zebulon, as his home.

In arrest warrants, deputies accused Lionetti and Maynard of manufacturing meth, maintaining the trailer as a place to keep or sell drugs, conspiring with each other and with McLeod and having precursor materials used in manufacturing meth: pseudoephedrine, muriatic acid and lithium metal.

McLeod was charged with manufacturing, conspiracy and maintaining the trailer, but not with possessing the manufacturing materials.

Lionetti and Maynard were being held in lieu of $300,000 bail each.

McLeod was being held in lieu of $250,000 bail.

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