February 20, 2013

Second suspect connected to Smyrna meth lab

By Matt Byrne mbyrne@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

A 30-year-old Smyrna man was arrested last week in connection to an alleged methamphetamine production lab there, law enforcement said Wednesday.

Brian Sanford allegedly assisted another suspect, Felisha Suitter, with producing the drug at her Timoney Lake Road home.

Sanford was charged with Class B trafficking in methamphetamine. He is due back in Aroostook County Superior Court on March 20, according to a statement by the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency.

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