Four charged in spring meth-lab explosion at motel

The Associated Press

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DUDLEY— North Carolina law officers say four people injured when a methamphetamine lab exploded inside a Wayne County motel last spring face charges.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office said Saturday three suspects have been arrested while a fourth remains at large. All four were treated at the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill.

Officials said 29-year-old Regina Ann Rugkit, 27-year-old Randy Arive Johnson, and 42-year-old Tracey Terell Grady face methamphetamine manufacturing charges.

Twenty-two-year-old Joshua Franklin Summerlin of Mount Olive remains at large.