October 18, 2013

Three arrested in Maine after meth lab found in vehicles

Employees of an Ellsworth hotel reported suspicious activity in the parking lot.

The Associated Press

ELLSWORTH – Police have arrested three people from northern Maine after a meth lab was found in vehicles at a hotel parking lot.

Police say they found the ingredients for meth in a blue sedan and saw meth being actively made in a black pickup truck at the Hampton Inn in Ellsworth.

The hotel’s employees reported suspicious activity in the parking lot on Thursday night.

Ellsworth Police Dept. Lt Harold Page told WNSX-FM that the vehicles were searched after police found evidence of potential drug activity in a hotel room of three guests.

Twenty-nine-year-old Jessica Jones of Fort Fairfield, 22-year-old Ezra Brady of Bridgewater and 31-year-old Jesse Sawyer of Linneus have been charged and are being held at Hancock County Jail.

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