Three People Arrested in Maine for Drug Trafficking and Possession
Two men and a woman were arrested after police found a “substantial amount” of drugs in their vehicle Tuesday in Bangor.
K-9 Detects Drugs in Vehicle
Police pulled over the vehicle around 4 pm on Ohio Street due to an expired registration from 2020. A K-9 team detected drugs in the vehicle and officers conducted a search. Suspected drug proceeds and a “substantial amount” of drugs were seized, according to WGME News. Police did not release information about the types of drugs.
Aggravated Drug Trafficking
The driver, 33-year-old Quinton Porter from New Haven, Connecticut was charged with aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs.
Drug Trafficking and Warrants
Thirty-seven-year-old Jennifer Saltzman from Bangor is facing charges for drug trafficking and outstanding warrants for failure to appear.
Drug Possession Charges
Twenty-nine-year-old Joseph Landry-Nelson from Kenduskeag was taken into custody and charged with unlawful possession of scheduled drugs.
The investigation is ongoing and developing. Updates will be posted as more information is released.
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