Wake County sheriff’s deputies charged a man and woman Tuesday night with manufacturing methamphetamine in the mobile home where they live at 118 Buffaloe Acres Lane, near Garner.
Christopher Alvar McCord, 31, who was paroled in August after serving time for a meth-related conviction in Johnston County, and Hannah Clephane, 28, also were accused of having meth-making materials and allowing methamphetamine use at their residence.
Deputies had accompanied state Division of Probation and Parole officers to the trailer to serve a warrant accusing Clephane of a probation violation and found drug materials, Capt. James Stevens, a sheriff’s office spokesman, said.
Clephane was on probation for a misdemeanor drug conviction in Johnston County. She and McCord were convicted in March 2014.
Early Wednesday, a magistrate set Clephane’s bail at $227,000. McCord was being held without bail because of the parole violation, records showed.
The pair was due in court Wednesday.