CAMERON, N.C. (WNCN) — A woman and man were busted — and their young child was found — in an RV meth lab very similar to the hit TV show “Breaking Bad,” Lee County officials said Friday.

The operation included deputies and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and its Clandestine Lab Unit, according to a news release from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.

A search warrant was executed Thursday on a recreational vehicle at 6831 Old Jefferson Davis Highway, about two miles north of Cameron, the news release said.

A sticker left by the NC SBI after a raid on an RV mobile meth lab that was called a “Breaking Bad-style” bust by Lee County deputies. Photo from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.

Officials said “agents located fentanyl, methamphetamine, and precursor chemicals and items used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine” during the Nov. 30 search.

The news release was titled “‘Breaking Bad’ style mobile meth lab busted in Lee County.” In the popular AMC TV show “Breaking Bad,” which ran from 2008 to 2013, the two main characters start off cooking meth in an RV.

In the Lee County bust, Eddie Michael Bird, 43, and Rachel Leigh Mabe, 36, were found with their young child in the RV, officials said.

Bird and Mabe were both charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, two counts of possession with intent to sell and deliver Schedule II controlled substance (methamphetamine, fentanyl) five counts of possession of precursor materials with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, maintaining a dwelling for sale of controlled substance, misdemeanor child abuse, and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the news release.

They were each held on a $100,000 secured bond, deputies said.

Source: CBS17