Three Arrested In Auburn For Cocaine, Heroin Trafficking
AUBURN (CBS) — Three people were arrested Sunday, charged with heroin and cocaine trafficking.
State Police pulled over a Jeep Cherokee at the Auburn-Worcester line around 8:15 p.m. Sunday.
As a result of an investigation and search of the vehicle, police found 100 grams of heroin and 60 grams of cocaine.
Paul Henry, 24, of Dorchester, James McLeod, 23, and Jenmarie Rolon, 22, both of Brooklyn, N.Y. were arrested.
Henry was charged with driving without a license, trafficking cocaine, trafficking heroin, conspiracy to violate drug laws, failure to drive in the right lane, equipment violations, resisting arrest and marked lanes violation.
Both McLeod and Rolon were charged with trafficking cocaine and heroin and conspiracy to violate drug laws. McLeod was also charged with failure to wear a seat belt.
The three are expected to be arraigned Monday.
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