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NEW SHARON, Maine — The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency arrested a man and a woman from New Sharon on Friday after agents found a methamphetamine lab in their home at 545 Farmington Falls Road, according to Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland.

Both Daniel Villacci, 38, and Tabatha Schoubroek, 30, are charged with trafficking in methamphetamine and endangering the welfare of a child, McCausland said.

The Maine Department of Health and Human Services has been called to assist with the care of two young children who also live at the residence.

According to McCausland, the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency’s lab team is now at the home on Route 2 and will dismantle the lab and gather evidence.

The lab was discovered at the ranch-style home on Friday by MDEA and Franklin County sheriff’s deputies after they went to the residence to follow up on a tip from Farmington police. Villacci was out on bail on previous drug charges.

The couple are each being held in lieu of $50,000 bail.

Also assisting with the meth lab clean up at the house were the Maine Department of Environmental Protection and the New Sharon Fire Department.

The New Sharon meth lab is the sixth discovered in Maine so far this year, McCausland said.








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