The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency has arrested a Waldoboro man on bath salts charges for the second time in just over a month, according to the Maine Department of Public Safety.
Bradford Davis, 37, was arrested Wednesday at his home on Friendship Road on charges of trafficking bath salts and violating bail conditions.
State, county and local police were involved in the operation, which included a seizure of 20 grams of bath salts, said Steve McCausland, department spokesman.
At the time of his most recent arrest, Davis was free on bail following a Jan. 17 arrest when drug agents seized 44 grams of bath salts, McCausland said in a news release.
Davis was being held without bail at the Two Bridges Regional Jail pending court arraignment today on the new charges.
Bath salts is the street name for synthetic stimulants such as mephedrone and methylone that are typically sold in powdered form in small, colorful packets.