June 24, 2018
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Owls Head man sentenced for making methamphetamines

Courtesy of Knox County Jail
Courtesy of Knox County Jail
Anthony Torre
By Stephen Betts, BDN Staff

ROCKLAND, Maine — A 22-year-old Owls Head man was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison for manufacturing methamphetamines at an Owls Head home last fall.

Anthony Torre, also known as Shots Moniker, was one of four people charged following a Nov. 15 drug bust. Torre’s address is listed in court records as Owls Head although he had moved there from California shortly before the bust.

Torre was sentenced to six years in prison with all but three years suspended and placed on probation for trafficking in meth.

Torre told police at the time of his arrest that he had a longtime addiction to meth and helped make the drugs, according to the police affidavit filed in court. Torre also told police that the meth was cooked often in his bedroom but also sometimes in a shed behind the house and in the woods behind the house.


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