Maine DEA Arrest Four People In Connection With Importing And Sales Of Heroin
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency made an arrest of four people allegedly in connection with the importation and sale of heroin in Hancock County, located east of Bangor.
MDEA agents, along with the Downeast Drug Task Force, conducted a criminal investigation into the distribution of heroin throughout central Hancock County. This investigation included the undercover purchase of heroin from targets of that investigation.
On the evening of April 26, around 9:30 p.m., police searched the residence of Michael and Alicia Kane, at 6 Francis Drive in Lamoine.
Those arrested and charged were Michael Kane, 31, Alicia Kane, 29, both of Lamoine, Maine, Jamie Biggs, 28, New Britain, and Kimberly Andrews, 51 of Holden, Maine.
According to the report, agents recovered approximately 51 grams of heroin with a retail street value of $15,000.
The four charged were at the home and were arrested and transported to the Hancock County Jail without incident, where bail was set for the Biggs at $10,000 cash. The Kanes' bail was set at $5,000 cash and Andrews' bail was set at $1,000.
MDEA was assisted by the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, Ellsworth, and State Police.
Should you have information about this investigation or the illegal sale of drugs in Maine, law enforcement would like for you to contact the MDEA office closest to you or the MDEA tip-line at 800-452-6457.