BIDDEFORD — The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency and Biddeford police joined with federal officials to charge a local woman with aggravated trafficking in crack cocaine.

Police arrested Samantha Lamadeleine, 29, of Biddeford on Thursday after she was found with what police believe is 5.4 grams of crack cocaine.

Lamadeleine was already on federal supervised release after a conviction for conspiracy to distribute cocaine and faces up to five years in prison if convicted of violating her supervised release. She was sentenced on the federal charge to 52 months in prison and five years supervised release.

She now also faces a state charge of aggravated drug trafficking, aggravated because of her drug history and because she had the drug within 1,000 feet of a school.

Lamadeleine was arrested at 22 Jefferson St. at mid-morning on Thursday.

Lamadeleine is being held in Cumberland County Jail on $50,000 bail.