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EAST STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA (WBRE/WYOU) – Police say they’ve broken up a meth-making operation behind a Walmart and a church. A group of homeless people are accused of manufacturing meth from tents set up in the woods.

Six people are charged in this case. When officers served arrest warrants behind Walmart on Friday morning, they found one man in the process of using meth.

Sergeant Tom Lemond with Stroud Area Regional Police showed us a homeless camp behind the Walmart in East Stroudsburg. He pointed out the scattered remnants of a meth-making operation.

The article goes on to state the following:

Police also located another operation near a church in Stroud Township.

“Through our investigations and confidential informants, we found out they’re all tied into one another,” Lemond adds.

Amy Wilgus and Mark Sparano-Wurts were both arraigned Friday afternoon. Derrill Bunker and Jonathan Goga are already behind bars for unrelated charges. Two others have warrants out for their arrests.

the report continues:

Eyewitness News is told the creek is contaminated with toxic waste because plastic bottles containing drug residue were tossed in the water.

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