DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) – Two people have been arrested after a meth lab was found at a Durham home Thursday, police said.
Gregory Goldstein and Christie Lee were arrested after police found a meth lab in a house located at 4801 League Way. Police went to the home on a tip about a meth lab potentially being inside the home.
“I was driving to school this morning, and I couldn’t go the usual way down there, so I had to go around,” said Carli Reo, a neighbor. “I saw the cop cars. I have never seen that many cop cars in this neighborhood. I was just confused at what was happening.”
According to Durham County property records, the home is valued at $425,657 and is 3,817 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
“Utter shock, really,” said Anna Rosati, a neighbor. “We always would take the girls to scooter ride right in front of the house. It’s really such a good neighborhood.”
Police didn’t say whether or not the two people arrested owned or lived in the home and they weren’t able to provide any information about whether or not children lived in the house.
Gregory and Goldstein have been charged with manufacturing meth. Each are being held under $530,000 bond.