State v. Carter, 237 N.C. App. 274 (Nov. 18, 2014)

Relying on State v. Meadows, 201 N.C. App. 707 (2010) (trial court abused its discretion by allowing an officer to testify that substances were cocaine based on NarTest field test), the court held that the trial abused its discretion by admitting an officer’s testimony that narcotics indicator field test kits indicated the presence of cocaine in the residence in question.