State Police went to a Sanford home, after receiving a tip that a man wanted on bail violations was staying there, and ended up arrested three others with him.

Troopers went to a home on Wings Way on Saturday in an attempt to locate 26-year-old Devin Goodale, of Sanford. Maine State Police had been looking for Goodale for two months on a probation violation warrant. A search of the property located Goodale hiding in a shed in the backyard. Troopers also found Raymond Dashnaw, 35, of Sanford who was a fugitive out of New Hampshire on a drug possession charge. With the two men in the shed, police found 42-year-old Kristy Sibley of Sanford, who was arrested for unlawful possession of heroin.

When they looked inside the house, troopers found a man and woman from the Bronx, New York, hiding in the basement. The man, 26-year-old Rafael Abreu, was under a court order to have no contact with the woman, due to a prior domestic violence arrest. He was charged with violation of condition of release.

All four people were taken to the York County Jail. Goodale, Dashnaw, and Abreu were all denied bail. Sibley's bail was set at $500 cash.