Chesterfield woman jailed in meth bust

First Posted: 6:07 am - August 25th, 2015 Updated: 7:01 am - August 25th, 2015.

By Imari Scarbrough - iscarbrough@civitasmedia.com

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WADESBORO, N.C. — A Chesterfield County woman faces charges in a North Carolina meth lab bust.

Anson County sheriff’s deputies arrested 30-year-old Shasta Lacole Stack of Chesterfield with 37-year-old John Marvin Holman and 41-year-old Johnny Austin Dellinger III, both of Polkton, North Carolina, on Aug. 14.

Charging documents state Dellinger used a single-wide mobile home, a shed and backyard in Anson County to keep, sell and make methamphetamine. Deputies seized “lithium batteries, two pounds of crystal Drano, measuring cups and coffee filters” in a search of the property, according to arrest warrants.

Stack was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine, manufacturing meth and possessing meth lab precursors.

Holman allegedly tried to hit sheriff’s Sgt. Donald Jenks with a closed fist when Jenks was making the arrest, according to a warrant.

Holman was charged with possessing and distributing meth precursors, manufacturing methamphetamine, possessing drug paraphernalia, resisting a public officer, and assaulting a government official.

Dellinger was charged with possessing and/or distributing meth precursors, possession of drug paraphernalia, manufacturing methamphetamine, possession methamphetamine, and maintaining a vehicle or dwelling place for a controlled substance.

Dellinger was also served an arrest warrant on Aug. 12 that charges him with a felony hit and run causing serious injury, driving while license revoked and making an unsafe lane change, according to jail booking records.

Dellinger is on active probation for a conviction of possession of stolen goods in Mecklenburg County. Holman is also on probation for violating a protective order, according to N.C. Division of Adult Correction records. He has prior drug and traffic convictions in Anson County dating back to 2006.

Records show no prior convictions for Stack in North Carolina.

Holman’s bond was set at $550,000, Stack’s at $100,000, and Dellinger’s at a combined $505,000.

Reach Anson Record reporter Imari Scarbrough at 704-694-2161, ext. 2302, and follow her on Twitter @ImariScarbrough.


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