An Onslow County man is facing a long list of drug charges for allegedly making meth inside an RV camper.

The Jacksonville Police Department said they arrested Seth Austin Jarman Thursday.

Jacksonville Police said a month-long joint investigation with the SBI and the Onslow County Sheriff's Office led them to Jarman's RV camper on Whaley Field Road near the Rock Creek subdivision.

Neighbor Michelle Woods said she was concerned for her kids during the meth bust, but is relieved the situation has been put to a stop.

"It was scary knowing something like that was happening so close, because you never really think it would happen that close. I mean you see it on TV a lot, and everything but it was just scary. I was scared," Woods said.

Investigators found an active "one pot" methamphetamine lab inside the RV, said police.

Jarman has been charged with the following:

-Manufacture methamphetamine;                        
-Maintain a dwelling for controlled substance;
-Possession of meth precursors (4 counts);
-Possession of a stolen firearm;
-Possession of a schedule IV controlled substance;
-Possession of drug paraphernalia.

At last check, Jarman was being held at the Onslow County Jail under a $166,000 bond.

"Methamphetamine production is a dangerous public safety hazard.  We will continue to zealously investigate any methamphetamine related criminal activity in our community" said Capt. Jason Bettis of Jacksonville Police.