Friday, March 7, 2014
An investigation by York, Eliot and Kittery police lead to the arrest Wednesday of three York men and the seizure of heroin, marijuana, prescription drugs and weapons.
The arrests followed a drug bust on Wednesday at 130 Cider Hill Road in York.
Adam Audet, 19, of York, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of Oxycodone and unlawful possession of rohypnol, according to a statement issued by Detective Sgt. Thomas Cryan of the York Police Department.
Also on Wednesday, Eliot Police arrested Mason Farrer, 22, of York, and charged him with unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs. Edmund Audet IV, 27, of York, turned himself in at the York Police Department, and was charged on a warrant for unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs. Police found and seized a shotgun under his bed.
Cryan said that investigators found more than 30 grams of heroin, 834 prescription pills, marijuana, rifles, shotguns, handguns and knives. They also found devices used to sell or package narcotics.
The search warrant of the home followed a three-month long investigation, Cryan said.