May 21, 2013

3 indicted in northern Maine on meth lab charges

The Associated Press

BANGOR — Three northern Maine residents have been indicted on charges of making the highly addictive drug methamphetamine.

Jammie Dickinson and Kyle Stewart, of Houlton, and Crystal Dehahn of Hodgdon are charged with drug trafficking and endangering the welfare of a child.

WABI-TV reported that Dehahn is the widow of Jason Dehahn, one of the victims in a 2010 triple murder in the small town of Amity.

Drug agents say they found Stewart and Dickinson with a child inside a Houlton apartment where they allegedly made methamphetamine.

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