Maine police responded to a reported overdose at a home and discovered several ‘one-pot style’ meth labs inside

Ten people were arrested in the drug bust.

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Police arrested 10 people in connection to the meth labs found in a Hollis, Maine, residence. –Maine State Police

The report of a drug overdose at a home in Maine Thursday night led police to the discovery of multiple “one-pot” methamphetamine labs.

Maine State Police said troopers went to investigate the reported overdose at a home on  Killick Pond Road in Hollis around 11 p.m.

“Upon arrival, it was discovered that there was more to the investigation as there was several active one-pot style methamphetamine labs inside the residence,” police said in a statement.

The scene was secured by police overnight, and a search warrant was executed early Friday morning.

“At the conclusion of the operation 8 active one pot methamphetamine labs and approximately 25 used labs were located at the residence,” police said. “In addition, chemicals to manufacture and finished meth were discovered on scene.”

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Authorities said 10 people were arrested, three of whom were charged with operation of a methamphetamine laboratory. The rest were charged with criminal conspiracy, according to police.