Bath Police arrested three men and seized 11 grams of cocaine and crack cocaine after a two-month joint investigation with state and regional officials.

Roy L. Jackson and Derius Wilson-Black, both of Bath, and Steve Juenemann of Freeport, were arrested Thursday after police searched an apartment at 9A Pleasant St., Bath police Lt. Robert Savary said in a press release on the department’s Facebook page.

Jackson was charged with unlawful trafficking and Wilson-Black was charged with unlawful possession. Both were released on $1,000 bail.

Juenemann was charged with violating the conditions of release and he was being held without bail at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscassett.

Officers from Bath, Brunswick, the Sagadahoc Sheriff’s Office and the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency were investigating possible drug trafficking from the apartment where Jackson and Wilson-Black live. Savary said officials also seized $3,200 in cash from the apartment.

“The investigation is continuing, and additional people are likely to be charged,” Savary said in the post.


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