Brunswick woman arrested for alleged drug possession a month after indictment on trafficking charges

Posted March 14, 2014, at 11:07 a.m.
Randi Salley
Courtesy of the Brunswick Police Department
Randi Salley

BRUNSWICK, Maine — A Brunswick woman indicted in February for aggravated trafficking in drugs was arrested Wednesday night after police allegedly found her in possession of a variety of other illegal drugs.

Randi Salley, 34, was arrested at 7-Eleven on Maine Street at 1:05 a.m. Wednesday. She was charged by Brunswick police with two counts of possession of scheduled drugs. Brunswick police Detective Rich Cutliffe said police allegedly found her with methadone, Focalin, Adderall and a hypodermic needle full of an undetermined substance.

Salley was also charged on a Cumberland County warrant following her indictment in February on Class A and B felony charges of aggravated trafficking and trafficking in scheduled drugs for an incident occurring in June in Brunswick.

In that incident, Salley allegedly sold 10 Focalin pills, a stimulant used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, among other conditions, to a confidential informant within 1,000 feet of a posted drug-free zone, according to Cutliffe.

Salley remains at Cumberland County Jail on Friday morning, held on $560 cash. She was scheduled to appear in Cumberland County Superior Court on Friday afternoon, according to a jail official.

 

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