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MONMOUTH, Maine — Three Maine men are facing drug trafficking charges in connection with a methamphetamine operation in Monmouth.

The three were arrested Wednesday night.

Maine State Police say 27-year-old Robert Dumont Jr. and 33-year-old James Renaud, both of Monmouth, and 42-year-old Brandon Proctor of Oxford face charges of making methamphetamine.

The three men were taken to Kennebec County jail and are expected to make initial court appearances Friday.

Police say two members of the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency team and a Monmouth firefighter were treated for overheating while processing the crime scene in chemical protective gear.

Authorities say this is the 10th methamphetamine lab investigated this year.



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