MERRILL, Maine (NEWS CENTER) --The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency responded to 233 Clark Road in Merrill on July 10 for a reported Methamphetamine laboratory related incident. On Tuesday the Maine State Police in Houlton arrested 38-year-old Micah Lawlor of Merrill and 26 year-old Jessica Tremblay of Merrill.
The Aroostook District Task Force have been investigating the illegal manufacturing and distribution of Methamphetamine from the renter of 233 Clark Road in Merrill, a single family residence. As part of the investigation agents were able to conduct undercover purchases of Methamphetamine from the residence.
As a result of the agents' investigation and undercover purchases of Methamphetamine, a search warrant for the Clark Road residence was obtained and executed at approximately 7:30 p.m. on July 9.
Due to the toxic and explosive nature of Methamphetamine manufacturing, Maine Drug Enforcement Agency's CDLET was activated and responded in order to safely dismantle and seize the laboratories. Twenty-four, "One Pot" laboratories were dismantled. Agents located a number of items used in the manufacturing of Methamphetamine as well as additional items used in the manufacturing process.