Six Arrested In Heroin, Crack Bust In Southwest Harbor
Six people face charges in relation to a drug bust in Hancock County that netted heroin, crack cocaine and more than $3,000 in cash.
The Friday morning arrests came after police, acting on a warrant, searched a home on the Marshall Brook Road in Southwest Harbor. In that raid, police seized approximately 20 grams of heroin and 25 grams of crack cocaine. Also seized was $3,150 in cash, which are the suspected proceeds from the sale of these illegal drugs.
The following people were charged with aggravated trafficking heroin and crack cocaine: Torrie McIntosh-Figueroa, 25, of Brooklyn, New York; Alyssa Penney, 20, of South Portland; Shannon Waas, 42, of Southwest Harbor; and Scott Cote, 30, of Southwest Harbor
Cote and Paul Cote, 32, of Charleston are also charged with one count of unlawful trafficking of heroin. Zachary Elkins, 25, of Bass Harbor, is charged with unlawful possession of crack cocaine.
Additionally, a Bangor woman, 26-year-old Jordan Anderson, was charged with eluding a police officer and driving to endanger, after she fled from a residence and refused to stop for troopers at the time the search warrants were being executed.
All were transported to the Hancock County Jail following their arrests.
MDEA was assisted during this investigation by the Southwest Harbor Police Department, Bar Harbor Police Department, Hancock County Sheriff’s Office and Maine State Police.