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Report: 3 Women arrested on meth charges

Elaynia Victoria Huffman, 30 Elaynia Victoria Huffman, 30
Trina Rene Hinson, 47 Trina Rene Hinson, 47
Jessica Lynn Henderson, 26 Jessica Lynn Henderson, 26
WATAUGA COUNTY, NC (WBTV) -

Narcotics Detectives with the Watauga County Sheriff's Office arrested three women on meth charges after "Shake and Bake" lab materials were found in a vehicle.

The Detectives were conducting a surveillance operation which ultimately led to a traffic stop of a vehicle suspected of purchasing methamphetamine precursors.

During the traffic stop, detectives said they found four boxes of pseudoephedrine, as well as a variety of precursor chemicals and hardware used in the manufacturing process.

According to detectives, inside the vehicle was "everything one would need for a "Shake and Bake" meth cook."

Elaynia Victoria Huffman, 30, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine precursors, and felony maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance.

Trina Rene Hinson, 47, and Jessica Lynn Henderson, 26, were also arrested and charged with conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine precursors.

All three were taken to the Watauga County Detention Facility and placed under a $25,000 secured bond each. They are all scheduled to appear in District Court on December 30.

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