Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Saco police charged a Biddeford man with trafficking in heroin after a tip led police to pull over his car.
Police show what they say is heroin seized during an arrest Thursday. A Biddeford man is charged with trafficking.
Courtesy Saco Police Department
Saco police learned that a man driving a beige 2000 Buick Lesabre was likely headed into town Thursday at 5:22 p.m. and that he had heroin with him.
Police pulled over Steven Bergeron, 52, after he was seen allegedly speeding and crossing over the center line on Tasker Street.
Ranger, a police dog, detected contraband in Bergeron’s jacket pocket, police said, and an officer found heroin as well as packaging material. A search of the car turned up more heroin, police said.
In all, police seized 4.6 grams of heroin.
Bergeron is charged with a Class B felony and was taken to York County Jail in Alfred. He is being held on $500 bail.