Third meth-lab suspect caught
SALISBURY — The third suspect in a meth-lab operation on Larin Way is in the Rowan County jail.
Deputies went to the Davidson County jail to arrest Alfred Francis Davis III, according to a report. He was taken into custody and charged with felony manufacturing meth and felony conspiracy.
Davis, 44, was living in a barn where the meth lab was located, investigators said early this month.
On April 5, deputies raided 142 Larin Way, off Stokes Ferry Road, after reports of drug activity.
Eric Cox, 32, and Robin Harkey, 49, were both arrested at the scene, but Davis could not be found.
An arrest report from Davidson County was not immediately available Friday morning, and it was unclear how Davis was apprehended.
Davis is in jail under a $50,000 bond.
Cox also remained in jail under a $25,000 bond. He was charged with felony possession of precursor materials, felony conspiracy and felony manufacturing meth.
Harkey has since posted bond and is scheduled for court on June 6 on charges of felony maintaining a dwelling for storing drugs, felony conspiracy and felony manufacturing meth.