Meth lab bust in Hodgdon
HODGDON, Maine (AP) -- Maine State Police say an Aroostook County man has been arrested on a charge of making the drug methamphetamine in his home.
Twenty-four-year-old Marcus Toner of Hodgdon has been charged with trafficking methamphetamine.
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency says it had been investigating a possible meth lab at the home for several weeks.
Agents searched the home Tuesday and say they seized significant evidence of meth production.
A 17-year-old female who was at the house with Toner was released to her mother and not charged. It was not immediately known if Toner is being represented by an attorney.
Police expect to make more arrests.