Warren man charged with aggravated trafficking of oxycodone
Rockland — A 36-year-old Warren man with a history of selling drugs made an initial appearance in court Jan. 15 on new charges of aggravated trafficking of oxycodone.
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency's complaint said in November, Scott Nason sold 3 and a half 30 mg oxycodone pills for $180 to a person working undercover for the agency.
Nason was convicted of selling heroin in 2011, making the new charges aggravated.
Nason did not enter a plea as the charges are felonies. Defense attorney William Pagnano and Assistant District Attorney Jeffrey Baroody agreed on a $7,500 cash bail that Judge Susan Sparaco accepted.
The Attorney General's Office will be prosecuting the case.
Nason is scheduled to appear in court again March 26.
Courier Publications' reporter Juliette Laaka can be reached at 594-4401 ext. 118 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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