Two NH Residents Arrested For Drug Trafficking In Maine
Two people from New Hampshire have been arrested for drug trafficking in Maine.
25-year-old Katie-Mae Ouellette and 26-year-old Tyler Leary, both of Milton, New Hampshire were arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop in Lebanon, Maine. Their vehicle was originally stopped because it had license plates that were assigned to a different car. Seized during a search of the vehicle by the Pro-Active Criminal Enforcement Team, along with a State Police Trooper, were 30 grams of Crystal Methamphetamine, Fentanyl, and drug packaging materials.
Ouelette is charged with Unlawful Trafficking in Meth, Unlawful Possession of Fentanyl, and Attaching False Plates. She's being held at the York County Jail on $10,000 bail.
Leary is charged with Unlawful Trafficking in Meth and Violation of Conditions of Release, as he was not supposed to have contact with Ouellette as a result of an incident during which he threatened her with a gun. He was taken to the York County Jail and no bail was allowed.