Raid of Milford Meth Lab Results in Arrest of Four

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A months-long investigation into methamphetamine manufacturing in the Milford area has resulted in the arrest of four.

On Friday, March 1, 2013, detectives executed a search warrant on a residence, outbuildings, and trailers on a property located in the 16000 block of Abbotts Pond Road in Milford. Police report two active meth labs were located, as well as an extensive supply of methamphetamine ingredients and drug paraphernalia.

Two residents of the property, Nathan Houck, 25, and Joshua Ward, 28, as well as Michael Vincent, 36, of Millsboro, and Eric Kuntz, 33, of Laurel, were arrested on scene. They were each charged with manufacturing of methamphetamine, conspiracy second degree, 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 DNREC dissembled and removed the meth labs.

Source: Delaware State Police

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