Fort Fairfield Police Arrest Three Men on Drug Charges
Fort Fairfield Police have arrested three men on various drug charges following two separate searches this week.
On Monday, Officer Dale Keegan reported he found Kurt Condon unconscious in his vehicle on Brookview Avenue. Police say there was a rifle and a shotgun in plain view in the back seat of the car.
Condon was arrested and during the search of his vehicle, crystal methamphetamine was allegedly found in his possession. He was transported to Caribou Police Department and is awaiting arraignment.
On Tuesday, police served a search warrant on 79 Maple Grove Road in Presque Isle, where Condon lives with his father. Officers say they found ammunition, gun parts, drug paraphernalia and another substance suspected to be methamphetamine.
The owner of the home, David Condon, was arrested and charged with possession and unlawful furnishing of scheduled drugs. Scott Churchill, of Fort Fairfield –who was in the home it the time – was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of suboxone.
David Condon and Churchill were taken to Presque Isle Police Department where they both posted bail.
Fort Fairfield Police Department was assisted by the U.S. Border Patrol, Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office and Presque Isle Police Department.