Mainer, New Yorkers Face Heroin And Crack Cocaine Charges
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency has charged three people with selling heroin and crack cocaine from a Brunswick home.
Drug agents, along with police officers from Bath and Brunswick, searched a residence in the Maplewood Manor mobile home park in Brunswick Tuesday.
Agents seized 20 grams of crack cocaine and 8 grams of heroin, the MDEA said Thursday. Agents say they also seized $5,600 in suspected drug proceeds and a pair of guns, a .40 caliber handgun and a 12-gauge shotgun.
Police arrested two men from Brooklyn, New York, Tireek Donato, 28, and Gerell Haynes, 32, and charged them with unlawful trafficking in schedule drugs, class B.
Donato and Haynes were transported to the Cumberland County Jail in Portland, where bail was set at $10,000 cash.
A third suspect, Matthew Chase, 40, of Brunswick, was summonsed on a charge of unlawful trafficking in schedule drugs, class B.