State police took 100 grams of heroin and 60 grams of cocaine off the streets Sunday night.
Troopers pulled over a Jeep on Route 290 in Auburn for motor vehicle violations and for failure to travel in the right lane at about 8:15 p.m., according to a news release from the state police.
The narcotics were found after an investigation, and a thorough search of the vehicle utilizing a K9, police said.
Police charged the driver, Paul Henry, 24, of Dorchester, and the two passengers, James McLeod, 23, and Jenmarie Rolon, 22, both of Brooklyn, NY, with trafficking cocaine, trafficking heroin, and conspiracy to violate a drug law. Henry was also charged with resisting arrest and operating a motor vehicle without a license, according to the arrest report.
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