Comments for: Biddeford woman charged with selling crack near Catholic school

Posted Oct. 05, 2012, at 6:13 p.m.

PORTLAND | A Biddeford woman made her first appearance Thursday in U.S. District Court after allegedly selling crack cocaine near a Catholic school. Chelsea Mercier, 22, is charged with distribution of cocaine base within 1,000 feet of a real property comprising a private school. U.S. Magistrate Judge John H. …

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  • Woah, a possible 2 million dollar fine? Thats crazy!

    • jerrymyx

       dumb.. like she will slip on her crack and oops there it is .. a cool 2 mil….lol

  • Anonymous

    I’m not defending this but I wondering if she set up the drop point or if the Cop did….If the cop set up the drop near the school should her sentence be more harsh?

    Again Im not trying to defend this action…

    Also…only being a resident of this area for about 2 yrs….I question why the Catholic school outside of the Biddeford city limits was closed and the one in the area of the crack dealers was the best location to remain open…just sayn’

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