Drug investigation leads to multiple arrests in Auburn

MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION. NORAH HOGAN, COVERAGE IN UNITY, WMTW NEWS EIGHT. NEW AT SIX – IN AUBURN – TWO SUSPTSEC A RE ARRESTED ON A MAJOR DRUG CASE. POLICE SAY THURSDAY – THE MAN AND WOMAN WERE CAUGHT ATTEMPTING TO BREAD SOMEONE FROM THE ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY JAIL – WITH COUNTERFEIT CASH. WHEN OFFICERS SEARCHED YOUR CAR THEY FOUND THIS: 112 GRAMS OF CRACK COCAINE 165 GRAMS OF COCAINE NEARLY 300 GRAMS FENT

Drug investigation leads to multiple arrests in Auburn

Updated January 21, 2022 8:58 pm EST

On Thursday night, the Auburn Police Department arrested two suspects in a major drug bust after the man and woman were caught trying to break someone out of the Androscoggin County Jail with counterfeit money. According to officials, Angelina Quirion, 39, of Bangor, and Adam Jalbert, 33, of Caribou, were both charged with four counts of aggravated drug trafficking scheme (Class A) and violating conditional release (Class E). When officers searched her car, they found a large quantity of narcotics. Officers seized 112 grams of crack cocaine, 165 grams of cocaine, nearly 300 grams of fentanyl, 492 grams of meth and a SCCY 9mm handgun. Auburn officials are working with other law enforcement agencies and anticipate more charges will be filed as the investigation continues.

On Thursday night, the Auburn Police Department arrested two suspects in a major drug bust after the man and woman were caught trying to break someone out of the Androscoggin County Jail with counterfeit money.

According to officials, Angelina Quirion, 39, of Bangor, and Adam Jalbert, 33, of Caribou, were both charged with four counts of aggravated drug trafficking scheme (Class A) and parole violation (Class E).

When officers searched her car, they found a large quantity of narcotics. Officers seized 112 grams of crack cocaine, 165 grams of cocaine, nearly 300 grams of fentanyl, 492 grams of meth and a SCCY 9mm handgun.

Auburn officials are working with other law enforcement agencies and anticipate more charges will be filed as the investigation continues.

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