Old Town Police Run Up The Score By Simply Arresting Every Other Person In The Trailer Park

OLD TOWN, Maine — Old Town police arrested three people on drug and other charges while on patrol at Regency Trailer Park. All three suspects remained at Penobscot County Jail on Tuesday night, according to Old Town police Officer Joshua Loring, one of the arresting officers. Arrested were Ryan Ellis, 32, whom police described as a transient from Bangor, 20-year-old Ashley Gormely of Brewer and Steven Orosco, 21, of Bangor. Loring and Officer James Slauenwhite initially went to the trailer at which the arrests took place looking for two other people in an unrelated matter, Loring said. Ellis, who told police he was owner of the Lonnie Loop mobile home trailer, was charged with unlawful trafficking in a synthetic hallucinogen, namely bath salts, a Class B felony that carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison, Loring said. Ellis also was charged with violating the conditions of his release from a prior arrest, illegal possession of a prescription drug and refusing to sign a summons. (BangorDailyNews)

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