BINGHAM, Maine — A Jackman pair were arrested on drug charges last week after heroin was found in a vehicle during a search warrant executed on Route 201, police said.
Daniel Dubois, 37, and Alicia Goodwin, 30, were stopped on April 18 as part of an investigation relating to heroin sales in the Jackman area, according to Chief Deputy Dale Lancaster of the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office.
A search of the 2005 Chevrolet Equinox the pair was occupying produced “a couple of grams of heroin, Suboxone strips, drug paraphernalia and articles to facilitate drug activities,” Lancaster explained.
The vehicle belongs to an uninvolved third party, the chief deputy said. A gram of heroin typically sells for between $30 and $35 on the street in the greater Somerset County area, Lancaster added.
Dubois and Goodwin were both arrested and charged with possession of a Schedule W drug, while Dubois was also charged with furnishing a Schedule W drug and Goodwin with operating a vehicle with a suspended license, Lancaster said.
Both were taken to Somerset County Jail and released on bail. Both are scheduled for arraignment June 11.