Two people are facing drug charges after a traffic stop ended with the seizure of illegal drugs.

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Jason Mowry, 46, and Kellie Littlefield, 57, were arrested following a traffic stop near the Sanford-Alfred town line. The incident began as a traffic stop of a vehicle that was driving with no headlights or taillights on Sunday at around 10:30 at night.

A Search of the Vehicle Netted A Significant Amount of Fentanyl


Mowry and Littlefield were inside the car and had both been involved in recent narcotics investigations. Littlefield was arrested for unlawful possession of a scheduled drugs, according to WGME-TV. Deputies searched the vehicle and the suspects and found 53.2 grams of fentanyl.

Both of the Vehicle's Occupants Face Charges

As a result of that search, Littlefield was arrested and charged with aggravated trafficking of unlawful scheduled drugs and violation of conditions of release.

Mowry was arrested and charged with unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and violation of conditions of release.

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