A Lebanon man was charged with trafficking in heroin after a traffic stop Friday night in Sanford and faces additional charges after he allegedly tried to drive off from police.

Sanford police said they received reports shortly after 8 p.m. from residents about a car on Lebanon Street that was “all over the road.”

Police said they stopped Christopher Blier, 31, and saw drugs in his car. According to police, Blier refused to get out of the car when police ordered him to do so, and he started his car in an attempt to flee. Police said they pulled Blier from the car and arrested him.

During a search of the car, police said they found 128 grams of heroin and $10,170 in cash.

Blier was charged with aggravated trafficking, refusing to submit to arrest, obstructing government administration, driving with a suspended registration, and the sale and use of drug paraphernalia.

He was being held at York County Jail in Alfred. Bail was set at $50,000.