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4 facing charges after meth lab found in Oswego County

Kurt C. Merithew, Jennifer M. Stoddard, Nicole R. Coyle, Edward R. Coyle/photo NYSP

Four people have been charged with making methamphetamine in Oswego County, according to New York State Police.

It happened Sunday Aug. 12, after State Police responded to a report of a suspicious person in the Town of Orwell.

When troopers arrived they found a meth lab located at a campsite on state land off Dam Road.

During the investigation, Kurt Merithew threw a bottle consistent with being a “one pot” into the camp fire. No one was injured.

Investigators discovered approximately one gram of finished methamphetamine at the camp site.

The following people were arrested and charged:

  • Kurt C. Merithew, 38 of Oneida charged with Unlawful Manufacturing of Methamphetamine, Unlawful Disposal of Methamphetamine making materials, Tampering with physical evidence and Criminal Possession of a controlled substance
  • Jennifer M. Stoddard, 23, of Oneida charged with Unlawful manufacturing of Methamphetamine and Criminal Possession of a controlled substance
  • Nicole R. Coyle, 33, of Syracuse, charged with Unlawful Manufacturing of Methamphetamine
  • Edward R. Coyle, 40, of Syracuse, charged with Unlawful Manufacturing of Methamphetamine

The New York State Police Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team (CCSERT) and Community Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET) both responded and processed the scene.

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