MDEA: South Portland man arrested on drug trafficking charges | News

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MDEA: South Portland man arrested on drug trafficking charges
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SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- According to MDEA agents, a South Portland man has been arrested on drug trafficking charges. 

For the past month, agents from the MDEA Cumberland District Task Force, along with officers of the Portland and South Portland Police Departments conducted an investigation into the illegal distribution of drugs in the greater Portland area by 30-year-old Brandon York.

According to officials, agents from the Cumberland District Task Force arrested York on August 21 at his home in South Portland on an arrest warrant. 

During a search of York's home, agents found cocaine, MDA, packaging material and $5,000.00 in suspected drug proceeds. 

As a result of the month long investigation agents seized in excess of 150 grams of Cocaine, 50 grams of MDA, 490 grams of Marijuana, 300 grams of Ketamine, 150 doses of LSD and $12,000 in drug proceeds. The estimated street value of the seized drugs is $25,000.

York was transported to the Cumberland County Jail where bail was set at $500.00. The investigation is continuing and additional arrests are anticipated.

 


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