Comments Off on Family disturbance call leads to Methamphetamine lab bust in Cumberland County; Tressa Sprague, 35, and Timothy Schoubroek, 32, arrested

635657308258679359-tressa(NEWS CENTER) — On Saturday April 25, Cumberland County deputies responded to a home in Standish for a report of a family disturbance. While investigating the disturbance deputies got information of a suspected meth lab at the home.

Members of the MDEA went to the house at 1 Woodland Avenue and with permission from the home owners, conducted a search of the home and property.

Two “one pot” labs were located and two older labs were also found discarded along the wood line of the property.

Timothy Schoubroek, 32, and Tressa Sprague, 35, were both arrested for manufacturing meth and violating their conditions of release on a pending theft charge. Both were transported to the Cumberland County Jail and were held without bail pending a court appearance scheduled for April 27, 2015.635657308258367357-timothy

Additional charges for endangering the welfare of a child are being reviewed by the States Attorney General’s Office regarding the presence of five children living in the home ranging from ages 4 to 14. Two of the children 8 and 6 years of age had been living in New Sharon, Maine at the location of a previous meth lab MDEA dismantled on March 27, 2015 on Farmington Falls Road, New Sharon.

The Department of Health and Human Services has been contacted and is assisting.

This was the eleventh methamphetamine laboratory related incident responded to by MDEA in 2015.

Assisting in this incident were deputies of the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department and the State’s Department of Environmental Protection.

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