PARIS, Maine — A Waterford man was indicted by an Oxford County grand jury Friday on multiple charges of drug trafficking and possession stemming from a June police search of his residence at 16 Mockingbird Drive.

Seth Zupokfska, 22, faces six charges, including two counts of aggravated trafficking scheduled drugs, aggravated marijuana cultivation, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs and violating the conditions of his release.

Zupokfska was arrested June 27 after deputies from the Oxford County Sheriff’s Office found heroin, marijuana, cash and firearms at the house he was renting off Deer Hill Road.

According to a police report by Oxford County drug agent Chancey Libby, police found 32.6 grams of heroin, 4½ pounds of processed marijuana, $6,212 in cash, numerous prescription pills, a grow room with 27 marijuana plants, three loaded handguns and two rifles.

The street value of the heroin is estimated by the Sheriff’s Office at between $8,000 and $10,000.

At the time of his arrest, Zupokfska was out on bail from a previous drug charge from February.

The Sheriff’s Office reported that more arrests in connection with the case were expected.

On Tuesday, Libby said there was an ongoing investigation into the case but could not elaborate or say if more arrests were expected.

Zupokfska is expected in be arraigned in Oxford County Superior Court on Sept. 3.