Woman charged for making meth in Fulton home

Woman charged for making meth in Fulton home/ Oswego County Drug Task Force

FULTON, N.Y. -- A woman was arrested after a raid on a Fulton home revealed a meth lab, according to the Oswego County Drug Task Force.

The Task Force says they searched the home at 711 East Broadway St. at about 6 a.m., with help from Fulton Police and the State Police Special Operations Response Team.

Inside they found materials and equipment used to make methamphetamine, including over 30 used "one-pot" vessels used to make meth. Over three ounces of liquid containing methamphetamine was also seized by investigators.

27-year-old Monica R. Thorpe, who lives in the home, was charged by the Drug Task Force with second-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and third-degree unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine.

Thorpe was arraigned in Fulton City Court and sent to the Oswego County Correctional Facility without bail. She's due back in court on January 27.

Officials say the investigation is ongoing and further arrests and charges are possible.

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