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Maine woman charged with bringing drugs into jail

Woman remains in jail after being charged with possessing bath salts and bringing other illegal drugs into the jail

By Stephen Betts
Bangor Daily News 

ROCKLAND, Maine — A 40-year-old Rockland woman remains in jail after being charged last week with possessing bath salts and bringing other illegal drugs into the jail following her arrest.

Melony Beal was arrested Thursday afternoon at her home and charged with unlawful possession of synthetic hallucinogenic drugs. Maine Drug Enforcement Agent Mark Tibbetts and Warden Mark Merrifield went to Beal's home after her car had been stopped with two other individuals in it who were involved in illegal drug activity, according to police.

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