Two men were arrested in Houlton on Friday morning and are facing drug charges after apparently getting lost and heading for the Canadian border.

MDEA
Drug agents responded to the U.S. Customs Port of Entry in Houlton early Friday morning, according to Maine Drug Enforcement Agency Division Commander Peter Arno. Upon arrival, U.S. Customs officials turned over to them two men who apparently got lost after they failed to exit I-95 in Houlton on their way to Presque Isle.
MDEA
MDEA

The men have been identified as 30-year-old Kenneth Adams of the Bronx, New York and 34-year-old Scott Strid of Fort Fairfield. The MDEA says Adams was in possession of a substantial amount of crack cocaine and prescription oxycodone. Strid was found to be in possession of a small amount of heroin. A large amount of money was seized as well. Both men are facing several drug charges.

Both men were taken to the Aroostook County Jail. Adams' bail has been set at $25,000 cash. Strid is being held on $500 cash bail.
MDEA agents say the drugs seized from Adams were destined for re-distribution in central Aroostook County. This case remains open and further arrests are possible.