A 65-year-old Buxton man turned himself in Thursday, two days after officers and drug agents served a search warrant at his home, where they found three one-pot methamphetamine laboratories.

After speaking with drug agents, Kenneth Hunter turned himself into the Troop A State Police barracks in Alfred and was then taken to the York County Jail.

His bail was set at $2,000.

Buxton police had alerted the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency’s York District Task Force about suspicious activity at Hunter’s home at 125 Old Thompson Road.

While investigating, agents found evidence of methamphetamine production in Hunter’s trash, according to a news release from state police.

A search warrant was served Tuesday at the single-family home, where the laboratories were found, the release said.

Hunter was charged with unlawful operation of a methamphetamine laboratory, a class B crime.

Buxton police and the Maine DEA are still investigating and expect to make more arrests, the release said.