Waldoboro man arrested for bath salts a second time

By Staff | Feb 22, 2013

The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency has arrested a Waldoboro man on bath salt charges for the second time in just over a month.

The most recent arrest of 37-year-old Bradford Davis took place Feb. 20. He is charged with trafficking bath salts and violating his prior bail conditions, according to a news release from Maine Department of Public Safety.

MDEA Supervisor James Pease said drug agents, Maine State Police, Lincoln County deputies and Waldoboro police made the arrest at Davis’ home on the Friendship Road and seized 20 grams of bath salts.

Davis was free on bail after his Jan. 17 arrest when drug agents seized 44 grams of bath salts from him, according to the release.

Pease said Davis has been selling the drug in Knox County.

He is now back at the Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset and is being held without bail because of his prior arrest. He was scheduled to make his initial court appearance Feb. 22 in Wiscasset on the new charges.



Comments (2)
Posted by: Russell Garfield York | Feb 23, 2013 07:03

its not only agent pease would is busy so lets not forget about all the other police who help out with these cases good job to all

Posted by: Valerie Wass | Feb 23, 2013 04:55

Pease is really busy, unfortunately.


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