Man arrested in
meth lab fire
ST. ALBANS — A man who lives at a Vermont apartment building that authorities say was the scene of a meth lab fire has been arrested.
Police on Tuesday arrested 30-year-old Adam Rheaume of St. Albans on a charge of manufacturing methamphetamine.
Firefighters responded to the fire originating in the bathroom at about 5:30 p.m. Saturday.
The building was evacuated and the street was closed to traffic. No one was hurt.
After executing a search warrant, police found items used to make meth inside a garbage bag outside of the building; other equipment was found inside the apartment.MORE IN Vermont NewsBARRE — Republican Scott Milne promised to steer the state away from Gov. Full Story
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