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Six arrested in Bangor on drug trafficking charges
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BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- MDEA say six people were arrested Monday night following the execution of a search warrant at 26 Spring Street in Bangor. They also say a 10 year old is currently in custody of DHHS after agents found the child living in the home.

According to agents, investigators with MDEA's North Central Task Force in Bangor, with the assistance of the Bangor Police Department, have for the past month been investigating the sale of crack cocaine and heroin from the home on Spring street. This investigation has included the undercover purchase of crack from individuals inside the apartment.

Around 4 p.m. on Tuesday, agents and officers from the Bangor Police Department executed a search warrant for the home. Seized in connection with the search were 90 grams of crack cocaine and 20 grams of heroin. The combined estimated street value of the drugs seized is approximately $16,000 ($10,000 for crack and $6,000 for the heroin). Other evidence of drug trafficking was also seized.

The warrant was the result of a month long investigation into the sale of heroin and crack cocaine from the residence. Another NYC trafficker was among those taken into custody, agents say.

Agents arrested, 43-year-old Terrell Owens of Brooklyn, New York, they say Owens had a significant criminal history in New York, which includes prior drug trafficking arrests. Also arrested were, 34-year-old Jason McLaughlin, 33-year-old Melissa Clark, of Bangor, 49-year-old Hugh Hill of Corinth, 23-year-old David Carr of Bangor and 23-year-old Lucy Mardosa of Bangor.

All of the above were transported to the Penobscot County Jail for processing.

Anyone with information about drug trafficking in their community is encouraged to contact their local law enforcement agency or the Maine Drug Enforcement task force office closest to them. You may also call our tip line at 1-800-452-6457.


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