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    David Coffren’s home in Kingfield burned during meth-making in 2012. He is now at the Maine Correctional Center serving an eight-year sentence.

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    The home of David Coffren in Kingfield was destroyed in 2012 when sparks flew during the cooking of methamphetamine and ignited the interior. “It was just like a cannon going off in my house,” Coffren said during a recent prison interview.

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    Tabbatha Osnoe, 30, of Danforth in Washington County, said she got hooked on methamphetamine “real quick.” She was sentenced to prison after a meth lab was found in her home.

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    A special team with the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency cleans up after a methamphetamine drug bust. They are wearing protective suits because of the highly toxic and combustible nature of the drug.

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    A bottle used for the “shake and bake” method of making meth. The process also involves common household supplies, chemicals and over-the-counter cold medicines.

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