Two people with criminal histories have been arrested after Auburn Police found drugs and ammo in their home.

A Bail Check of an Auburn Woman's Home Resulted in Two Arrests

Sabrina Harps, 28, and Daniel Williams, 33, were arrested in Auburn on Thursday, March 28th, at Harps' apartment.

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Auburn Police conducted a bail check at 21 Spring Street, at 8:30 Thursday night. Harps was on a bail contract from a previous arrest that required her to submit to searches for drugs and alcohol. Her boyfriend, Daniel Williams, was also in the apartment when police arrived.

Auburn Police Seized Drugs, Ammo, and Evidence of Drug Trafficking

As a result of that search, police seized over 200 grams of fentanyl, 123 oxycodone 30-milligram pills, 22 Suboxone strips, ammunition, magazines for a handgun, digital scales, and two food blenders that contained evidence they were used to blend the fentanyl. Police say these blenders are commonly used when people engage in drug trafficking and add adulterants to the drugs to increase their profits. The street value of the drugs, according to Auburn Police, is approximately $24,000.

Both Suspects Have Had Previous Encounters With Law Enforcement

Both suspects have criminal histories. Harps was convicted in 2014 in federal court for illegal use of credit cards. Williams was convicted in New York in 2009 for robbery, in 2015 in Maine for aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, in 2019 for domestic violence assault, and in 2023 for felony domestic violence assault with priors. Due to their previous criminal convictions, federal law prohibits both suspects from possessing firearms or ammunition. Williams is on probation for the 2023 domestic assault conviction.

Harps and Williams were arrested and charged with two counts each of aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, as well as two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs. Harps is also charged with violation of the conditions of his release and will be held without bail until she appears before a judge. Williams is being held on $25,000 cash bail for his new charges, however, his probation officer placed a violation on him, so he is being held without bail for probation.

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