Ten people were arrested Thursday night for multiple active one-pot style methamphetamine labs inside a residence at 114 Killick Pond Rd in Hollis, Maine.

The Maine State Police initially went to the home to investigate a drug overdose. Officers found 8 active one pot methamphetamine labs and approximately 25 used labs. Chemicals to manufacture meth and finished meth were also discovered, said police.

The scene was secured overnight Thursday and a search warrant was executed Friday morning by the MDEA Clandestine Laboratory Team.

The following individuals were arrested:

Joseph Allman, Jr., 54, of Hollis; Joseph Allman, III, 34, of Hollis; Kyle Allman, 31, of Hollis; Shawn Brown, 35, of Hollis; Sandra Brown, 60, of Hollis; Shelby Morris, 26, of Hollis; Josie Kimball, 28, of Hollis; Derek Berube, 30, of Hollis; Dillan Libby, 28, of Hollis; Ashley Norton, 27, of Limington.

Police charged the Allmans with operation of a methamphetamine laboratory. The other individuals were charged with criminal conspiracy. All charges are felonies.

The Maine State Police were assisted by the MDEA, York County Sheriff’s Department, DEP and Hollis Fire/Rescue.