The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency and local police departments arrested five people in three separate drug raids conducted in the past week, the Maine Department of Public Safety announced Feb. 2.

On Jan. 28, agents from the MDEA and the Rockland Police Department executed a search warrant at the Emery Avenue residence of Kristen Staples, 25. According to the Department of Public Safety news release, the search warrant was the result of a month-long investigation into Staples selling Suboxone and hydrocodone. Agents seized more than 60 hydrocodone pills, 33 Suboxone pills and other evidence of drug trafficking, police said.

Staples was arrested on one count of trafficking hydrocodone and two counts of trafficking Suboxone. The drugs were valued at about $1,300.

She posted bail at her residence.

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office also participated in the investigation along with Rockland police and the MDEA.

On Jan. 29, agents from the MDEA, state police, sheriff’s office and Waldoboro Police Department executed a search warrant at the Warren residence of Dean Feltis, 42, and Shelly Landers, 40, after an investigation of several months.

Agents seized about $1,800 in cash and other evidence of drug trafficking.

Landers and Feltis were arrested and charged with trafficking in oxycodone. They were taken to the Knox County Jail and released on bail.

On Feb. 2, the sheriff’s office and the Camden Police Department executed two search warrants in Camden, one at the residence of Holly Young, 29, and the other at the residence of June Robbins, 50.

Police said both subjects had been under investigation for several months by Camden police and the MDEA for selling oxycodone pills. Forty-four oxycodone pills were seized from Young’s residence. She was charged with Class A trafficking because her transactions took place within 1,000 feet of the Camden-Rockport Middle School.

Robbins was charged with the lesser offense of Class B trafficking in oxycodone. She posted bail at her residence.

Young was taken to the Knox County Jail and released on bail.