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Three from Maine arrested in cocaine case Bangor Daily News BDN Maine
MERRIMAC, Mass. Four people three of them from Penobscot County were arrested Sunday night in Massachusetts after police received a tip suggesting they were transporting drugs from New York to Maine.
Arrested on Class B cocaine trafficking charges were:
As of late Wednesday afternoon, the three men remained behind bars, unable to make $100,000 cash bail, according to Trooper Eric Benson of the Massachusetts State Police Office of Media Relations.
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Nye, who initially was held at a Framingham women facility, was released after a court appearance Wednesday, an official from that jail said. that day.
"The information we received indicated that the vehicle was likely to contain a reasonably large amount of cocaine," Benson said, adding that the MDEA was told the SUV occupants would be carrying two ounces of the drug.
The SUV was spotted in the northbound lanes of Interstate 495 by a Massachusetts state trooper who had seen the teletype and set up near I495 to see if he could locate the SUV. As he followed, he saw the SUV drift across traveling lanes several times, Benson said. The trooper then called for backup from Haverhill and Merrimac police.
Benson said police pulled the SUV over in Merrimac and ordered the occupants out. During a subsequent search, police found a large bag filled with a white powder believed to be cocaine on Jennings person. They found a small bag and a black cylinder, both containing similar white powder, in Nye possession.
Norris, who was driving the SUV, also was issued a summons for defective equipment because the Explorer had a broken taillight and with failure to stay within marked traveling lanes, Benson said.
Benson said all four made initial appearances Monday in Newburyport District Court, where bail was set.
Neither the amount of cocaine seized during the stop nor the street value was available Wednesday.
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