Nov 13, 2015 12:55 PM
FARMINGTON- Four people were arrested Thursday during a drug sting that involved two apartments where heroin and drug paraphernalia was found.
Police had warrants to search two addresses: 11 Bunker St. and 538 Main Street Apt. 4. Police received help from a Rochester police dog, New Durham and Milton police.
Police say they found heroin, drug paraphernalia and a small amount of cash at the Bunker Street apartment and paraphernalia with the residue of what appears to be heroin at the second.
The following arrests were made immediately following the search.
Tina Marie Courteau 41, listed as a transient, was charged with conspiracy to falsify physical evidence, conspiracy to commit possession of heroin along with addition charges from outstanding warrants: receiving stolen property and criminal trespass.
Katlynn Brooks 28, of 11 Bunker Street, Farmington, was charged with conspiracy to commit falsifying physical evidence, and conspiracy to commit possession of heroin.
Robert Stanley 21, of Glen Street, Farmington, was charged with conspiracy to commit possession of heroin.
Dylan Patch 23, of Main Street, Farmington, was charged with conspiracy to commit possession of heroin.
Police say additional arrests are expected.
Anyone with information about the case is urged to contact Sergeant Brian Driscoll at 755-2731.
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