STOCKTON SPRINGS — On Thursday, November 18, Maine State Troopers in Troop D responded to a report of stolen tools and building supplies from a construction site in Stocking Springs, and subsequently arrested three Stockton Springs residents on drug and theft charges.
According to a Nov. 20 news release from the Maine Dept. of Public Safety, the investigation lead to the home of Joshua Pomeroy, 33, where troopers recovered, “a large quantity of the stolen tools and building materials,” the release said.
Troopers then went to the Stockton Springs home of Joshua Breault, 40, with a search warrant and found there additional stolen property, as well as, “a large quantity of drugs,” the DPS said in its release.
“Located in Breault’s room was approximately 30 grams of heroin, 11 grams of methamphetamine and four grams of cocaine base, as well as a large quantity of cash,” the release said.
Troopers arrested Pomeroy on charges of receiving stolen property, theft, violation of conditions of release and criminal mischief. He was on several sets of bail conditions at the time of his arrest, the release said.
They also arrested Breault on charges of Aggravated Trafficking of Schedule W drugs, and Megan Sawyer, 45, for Unlawful Possession of Schedule W drugs Methamphetamine.