Three people have been arrested in connection with the discovery of a meth lab inside a Bar Harbor, Maine, home.
Police went to the house on Wednesday morning, and two women and a man were taken into custody -- either for bail violations or an outstanding arrest warrant.
Joy Levesque, 40, of Bar Harbor; Elwood Carter, 40, of Surry; and Melissa Morse, 46, of Surry were charged with trafficking in methamphetamine.
The three are being held at the Hancock County Jail pending a determination of bail.
The home was secured by police Wednesday, while a search warrant was being worked on as the MDEA lab team responded to the home.
The team entered the residence Wednesday night and found several instances where meth was being made.
Authorities say more arrests are likely.