Two men and a woman face charges of manufacturing methamphetamine at a Wake County house where they live a short ways south of Raleigh.
Cecelia Lynn Sypka, 44, Christopher Lee Sandy, 29, and Robbie Winnen Dyson II, 28, were arrested by Wake County sheriff’s deputies at the house Friday evening.
All three were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, maintaining the house as a manufacturing facility for the drug, and having precursor materials needed to make it, including pseudoephedrine.
Sandy and Sypka were charged with meth possession, and Sandy faces additional charges of possession with intent to distribute meth and keep a pickup truck as a place to store and sell drugs.
All three people have arrest records in Wake County dating back at least five years, but most were for crimes against property, driving offenses or failing to keep court dates from other charges.
They were held in the Wake County Detention Center for court appearances Monday, Sypka and Dyson on $300,000 bail each and Sandy on $325,000 bail.