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Raid of Milford Meth Lab Results in Arrests of 4

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Nathan Houck Nathan Houck
Eric Kuntz Eric Kuntz
Joshua Ward Joshua Ward
Michael Vincent Michael Vincent

MILFORD, Del.- Delaware State Police saty month-long investigation into the methamphetamine manufacturing in the Milford area has resulted in the arrests of four people.

On Friday morning, detectives executed a search warrant on a home, outbuildings and trailers on a property located in the 16000 block of Abbotts Pond Road in Milford. 

Authorities said that two active meth labs were located, as well as an extensive supply of methamphetamine ingredients and drug paraphernalia.
 
Police arrested 25-year-old Nathan Houck and 28-year-old Joshua Ward as well as 36-year-old Michael Vincent of Millsboro and 33-year-old Eric Kuntz of Laurel. 

They were each charged with manufacturing of methamphetamine, second-degree conspiracy, possession of methamphetamine, three counts of endangering the welfare of a child and six counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.

All defendants were committed to Sussex Correctional Institute on $69,000 cash bail.
 
Abbotts Pond Road was closed for approximately three hours as the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control dissembled and removed the meth labs.

 

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