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A local man is being held on a $200,000 bond for running a meth lab in his home and endangering the lives of two children.jackaleen-rena-justice

Dustin Matthew Hoyle was arrested in Lincoln County on Sunday.

According to Gaston County Police, Hoyle was living with a woman just outside Bessemer City earlier this year.

Investigators were notified of a possible child endangerment situation at 144 Berkley Forest Circle.

The mobile home has a Bessemer City address but is just outside the city limits, according to Sgt. J.R. Rollins with Gaston County Police.dustin-hoyle

Investigators went to the home that Hoyle was sharing with Jackaleen Rena Justice and two children.

According to Rollins, there were precursors to make methamphetamine in the house, and there were poor living conditions.

Justice, 29, now has a Gastonia address. She was charged Jan. 30 with several misdemeanor counts of drug and paraphernalia possession and conspiracy. A child abuse charge was added later, and she has been released on an unsecured bond.

Detectives were not able to locate Hoyle at the time.

Hoyle, 32, has since been charged with child abuse, drug and paraphernalia possession and conspiracy.

He was assigned a $102,000 bond, which was raised Monday when he made a first appearance in court.

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