Augusta Drug Investigation Leads To Two Arrests
According to a press release from the Augusta Police Department, two men were arrested in connection with an Augusta narcotics investigation.
Augusta Police Department, with the assistance of the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, Kennebec Sheriff’s Office, Maine State Police, Homeland Security Investigations and the ATF, executed a search warrant at apartment 111 of 33 Stone Street, Augusta, at approximately 2:30 PM on Monday, September 14th.
According to the release:
"A subsequent search of the apartment revealed approximately 210 grams of crack cocaine, 48 grams of Fentanyl/Heroin and U.S. Currency believed to be connected to illegal drug trafficking."
This search lead to the arrests of two men: 33 year old William Stephenson (of Augusta) and 21 year old Paul Greene (of Manhattan, NY).
Stephenson was arrested for 2 counts of Unlawful Trafficking Scheduled Drugs Class A crime. His bail was set at $50,000.
Greene was arrested for 2 counts of Unlawful Trafficking Scheduled Drugs Class A crime, and Criminal Forfeiture. Greene's bail was set at $75,000.
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