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Three People Arrested for Drug Trafficking in Lewiston

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The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency and Lewiston Police Department arrested three people in Lewiston on aggravated drug trafficking charges and endangering the welfare of a child.

During the arrest at a Blake Street apartment, a significant amount of fentanyl and a firearm was seized.

Arrested were: Dylan Tessier 24, Normand Tessier 63, and Tamesha Parker 31, all of Lewiston.

From the MDEA:

On Tuesday, July 9, 2024, at approximately 7:00 am, agents from the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency’s Western District Task Force and officers from the Lewiston Police Department served a search warrant at 229 Blake Street, apartment 1 in Lewiston. The search warrant was the result of a month-long investigation into the illegal distribution of fentanyl and methamphetamine from the apartment. Agents and officers located Dylan and Normand Tessier, as well as Tamesha Parker in the apartment, all were taken into custody without incident. A 9-year-old child was also located in the apartment and was subsequently released to a family member not associated with the Blake Street apartment.

As a result of the search warrant approximately 80 grams of fentanyl packaged for resale, and an AK47 semi-automatic rifle was seized as well as $ 2,500 in suspected drug proceeds. The approximate street value of the seized fentanyl is $10,000.

Dylan and Normand Tessier and Tamesha Parker were transported to the Androscoggin County Jail. Bail for Dylan and Normand Tessier was set at $25,000 each and Parkers bail was set at $250.
The State’s Department of Health and Human Services was contacted, and a referral was made regarding safety concerns for the 9-year-old child.

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