FORT FAIRFIELD — Three people have been charged in connection with what police are calling the discovery of a meth lab on a Fort Fairfield property.

Police said Thursday that 26-year-old Devin Delisle was charged with trafficking in methamphetamine after agents went to his northern Maine residence and found evidence of manufacturing of the highly addictive drug hidden on the property. Bail was set at $5,000.

Delisle’s uncle, 51-year-old Arthur Wilcox and Delisle’s girlfriend, 26-year-old Norma Skidgel, of Caribou, allegedly took some of the evidence from the home and hid it in the nearby woods when agents first arrived. They are both charged with falsifying physical evidence.

Police tell the Bangor Daily News that the investigation is ongoing.


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