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A man arrested for burglary was found to also be manufacturing narcotics, according to the Stanly County Sheriff's Office.
On August 14, Stanly County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a burglary from property on Old Thompson Road in Norwood, NC.
During the investigation, deputies developed Robbie Delane Watkins, 43, of Old Thompson Road, in Norwood, as a suspect, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Arrest warrants were obtained on Watkins, and a search warrant was executed at his home on August 16. Watkins was arrested at the residence, and taken to the Stanly County Detention Center where he was issued a $20,000.00 secured bond.
Initially, Watkins was charged with breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering.
During the initial search, evidence was found that indicated a possible methamphetamine narcotics manufacturing laboratory, deputies say.
A second search warrant specific to the narcotics investigation was issued, and agents from the State Bureau of Investigation assisted in the investigation.
During the second search deputies found evidence that narcotics were being manufactured.
Deputies later requested and obtained arrest warrants charging Robbie Watkins with manufacturing a controlled substance, methamphetamine, possession of precursor chemicals, and maintaining a dwelling for manufacturing controlled substances.
Watkins was given a $250,000.00 secured bond at the Stanly County Detention Center.
He has a court date of September 4, 2012, for the narcotics charges, and an initial court date of August 27, 2012, for the breaking & entering charges.