Central Maine Couple Arrested Twice in Three Months for Crack Cocaine Charges [PHOTO]
The MDEA arrested a man and woman Friday for the second time in three months for crack cocaine charges in the town of Mexico, Maine.
40-year-old Randy Aron and 40-year-old Jessica Pare were charged with Aggravated Trafficking Schedule W Drug Class A (Cocaine Base) and Violation of Condition of Release, said Stephen McCausland, Public Safety Spokesman.
Agents conducted an early morning raid Friday on the couple’s apartment at 60 Main Street, #3 with assistance from the Oxford County Sheriff’s Office along with Rumford, Mexico and State Police. $8,000 dollars was seized along with Suboxone Strips and 9 grams of pre-packaged crack cocaine ready for distribution.
Aron and Pare were out on bail after a previous arrest on March 1st for Aggravated Trafficking charges (Crack Cocaine) at 12 Angie Lane, Mexico, Maine. McCausland said the two were out on with conditions they not commit new criminal acts and to have no contact with each other. The couple continued to sell crack and were living together on Main Street.
Aron was also arrested on a revocation of bail by the Unified Criminal Docket Court in Rumford, said the Public Safety Spokesman.
Bail was denied and Pare and Aron were transported to the Oxford County Jail pending an arraignment before a Judge expected on Monday afternoon.