Lebanon may be a rural area, but when you're dragging a shed down the road, you're still going to get noticed.

Three men were arrested by Maine State Police after someone called them saying they saw a shed being pulled down the road by a truck that hauled it off a foreclosed property. They pulled over the truck and the 25-foot shed on Heath Road and gave them a ride to the York County Jail where they are being held on $5000 bail with a long list of charges.

The official term for hauling a shed that doesn't belong to you down the road is "Theft by Unauthorized Taking or Transfer" and it's a class C misdemeanor. Throw some drug charges on top of that and these guys will be spending some time in a space smaller than that shed.