BRUNSWICK- A Brunswick man on parole is under arrest for operating an alleged meth lab out of his home.
According to Brunswick police, an Adult Parole Authority officer was at a home on Rockylyn Dr. for a routine check-up Wednesday and suspected the man was manufacturing methamphetamine. The parole officer called Brunswick police and Medway Drug Enforcement Agency to the scene to investigate.
The parole officer said when they searched his residence, they located items believed to be involved in manufacturing meth. Brunswick police and agents determined that the items were in fact related to the manufacturing of meth.
Medway agents requested the assistance of BCI to assist with the clean-up due to the type of lab and devices that were located. During the six hour clean-up process of the lab site, agents located three pressurized containers that contained an unknown material. Agents were concerned the items may have been some sort of IED, and contacted the South East Enforcement Bureau bomb squad to dispose of the containers.
Jason Cubic was taken into custody without incident on the parole violation. Charges are pending. All evidence collected will need to be sent to the BCI crime lab as well as the State Fire Marshal’s lab for testing.