Missing A Cannon? Maine State Troopers Found That And A Bunch Of Drugs Recently
Maine State Police arrested 3 people from Liberty last week who they say are connected to the sale and possession of illegal drugs and firearms, including a cannon.
According to Maine Public Safety Spokesperson, Shannon Moss, authorities tracked 27-year-old Cole Libby to a home he was said to be staying at on School Ridge Road in Liberty last Thursday, August 4th. Liberty had several warrants out for his arrest in several areas across the state, including Waldo, Knox, and Franklin counties.
When they arrived at the home to investigate Libby, they say they found him in possession of 50 grams of Fentanyl, among other things.
"Also located at his home were several firearms as well drug scales and approximately $8,500 in suspected drug proceeds. "
But there weren't just drugs, money, and guns at the residence. Authorities also found a couple of other felons at the home, who were also in possession of some other things they should not have had.
State Police say 28-year-old Felichia Glidden of Liberty had meth and prescription drugs on her person.
They said 56-year-old Randall Smith also of Liberty, also had meth on him, along with a couple of pistols and about $1700 of suspected drug proceeds.
Believe it or not, that wasn't all they found.
"A further search of the residence turned up numerous high-value items stolen in recent commercial thefts including a Can-Am Side by Side and a cannon."
"If the cannon is known to you or you are missing a cannon please contact the State Police, Troop D at 207-624-7076 and ask for Cpl. Scott Quintero.
All 3 people were arrested and charged.
Libby was charged with Aggravated Trafficking of a Scheduled Drug, receiving stolen property, and violating his conditions or release.
Glidden was charged with Unlawful Possession of scheduled drugs and a firearm by a prohibited person and aggravated Trafficking.
Smith was charged with Trafficking and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, too.
They were taken to the Waldo County Jail but are out on bail now. The situation is still under investigation.