The New Hampshire Chief of Police in Franklin said several agencies came together Sunday night to bust what's believed to be a meth lab.
New Hampshire Chief David Goldstein said after a lengthy investigation, they found materials used to make meth inside 33 Memorial Street.
Robert Gonthier, 35, of Franklin was arrested at 11:30 p.m. Sunday and charged with one felony count of manufacturing meth.
New Hampshire Police said the home on Memorial Street does not belong to Gonthier, and the owner was having it refurbished.
Gonthier is being held on $20,000 bail. He is expected to be arraigned in Franklin District Court Monday.
Meanwhile, Chief Goldstein said the investigation into the meth lab is still under way, and two more people are expected to be arrested.
Several agencies participated in the bust, including New Hampshire State Police, the State Police Bomb Squad and the Clandestine Laboratory Team, a group specially trained to dismantle meth labs.
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