A Caribou man was charged with selling cocaine Monday following an investigation which culminated in a search of his River Road home by the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency.

Travis Hewitt, 48, was arrested and charged with Class B trafficking in Schedule W drugs, according to a news release from the Maine Department of Public Safety.

Over the past several weeks, MDEA investigators assigned to the Aroostook County Task Force have been conducting an investigation into the distribution of cocaine in the county. The investigation included the undercover purchase of cocaine from a Caribou man.

Monday afternoon, agents searched Hewitt’s home in Caribou. They seized about 2 ounces of cocaine, about $10,000 in cash, three guns and other evidence consistent with drug trafficking.

The street value of the cocaine is $6,000, according to the release.

Hewitt was taken to the Caribou Police Department where he later made bail. His first court appearance is scheduled for May 19 in Caribou Superior Court.

Assisting MDEA was the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office, Homeland Security Investigations and the Caribou Police Department.