The Maine police allegedly found $1,900 in men’s underwear accusing him of drug trafficking.

The Maine police allegedly found $1,900 in men’s underwear accusing him of drug trafficking.

A New York man was arrested in Kennebunk on Wednesday night and accused of selling cocaine and heroin at Biddeford, Saco and Kennebunk.

Maine Police Department spokesman Stephen McCawslan said the 31-year-old Reginald Lewis from the Bronx has been under investigation since this summer. McCausland said drug agents were buying secret items from Lewis.

Lewis was allegedly named after the street name “Uno” and was arrested at the Kennebunk Motel in the Maine Police Department with the assistance of the Kennebunk police. The drug agent said he recently moved from Biddeford to there.

Agents allegedly seized 26 grams of cocaine base, 7.5 grams of suspected heroin and nearly $1,900 in cash, and McCausland said the agents were located in Lewis’ underwear.

McCausland said that Lewis was accused of serious drug trafficking charges from Biddeford’s investigation, and Kennebunk’s drug sales will have a second allegation.

McCawslan said that Lewis was detained in the $25,000 bail of Yorkshire Prison.

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