Delaware police arrest 3 for allegedly making meth
FARMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Delaware State Police have arrested three men for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine.
State troopers made the arrests early Sunday in Farmington, after receiving a report that methamphetamine was being made in a trailer behind a residence.
Police say they observed an active “one-pot” on the floor. Members of the Delaware State Police Kent County Drug Unit and the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control arrived at the scene and confirmed that a “one-pot” meth manufacturing lab was present on the property.
Police say components and key ingredients used to make the drug were seized.
Police say Brian Holben, of Farmington, Hunter Stockman, of Bridgeville and Lathan Verry, of Greenwood, were arrested and charged with operating a clandestine laboratory and second-degree conspiracy.