Two suspected meth labs busted in Oxford County
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency said it has busted two suspected methamphetamine labs in Oxford County.
Drug agents, state police and the Oxford County Sheriff's Office searched five houses in Oxford, Greenwood, Albany, Mason Township and Gilead Friday morning, according to the MDEA.
They also plan to search a pickup truck found in the parking lot near the Flagship Cinema along Route 26 in Oxford.
Agents said they found evidence of meth labs in the pickup truck and the house in Gilead.
Five people are being questioned, but no arrests have been made.
The MDEA said its meth lab team will conduct searches throughout the day.
The Maine Department of Environmental Protection and federal Drug Enforcement Agency are taking part in the raids.
Last year, 20 meth labs were discovered in Maine.
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