BANGOR — A spokesman for the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency says a major supplier of crack cocaine and oxycodone for the Bangor area has been arrested.

The agency said Sunday that 34-year-old Roger Campbell-Black was arrested earlier this month as he delivered 100 oxycodone tablets and two grams of crack cocaine to someone in Holden.

A search of his Bangor apartment turned up more than a quarter pound of crack cocaine, almost 500 oxycodone tablets and $8,000 in cash. Campbell-Black faces drug trafficking charges.

Authorities also arrested a New York woman who was allegedly delivering more than 600 more pills to Campbell-Black.

They have both been released on bail.

Police say the street value of the seized drugs was about $60,000.