Maine Drug Enforcement Agency’s Downeast Task Force along with local, county, state, tribal and federal law enforcement partners has arrested six people in Washington County on felony drug trafficking charges. The arrests follows a two month undercover investigation into the sale of fentanyl and crack cocaine in the Indian Township, Calais and Princeton areas..

Arrested were:

  • Todd Sockabasin, 40, of Indian Township charged with Class A Aggravated Trafficking in Schedule W Drugs (Fentanyl and Crack Cocaine). This charge was aggravated due to the presence of a firearm.
  • Gregory Fuller, 41, of Brooklyn, New York charged with Class A Aggravated Trafficking in Schedule W Drugs (Fentanyl and Crack Cocaine). This charge was aggravated due to the presence of a firearm.
  • Ashley Doten, 34, of Indian Township, Maine charged with Class B Unlawful Trafficking in Schedule W Drugs (Fentanyl) 2. Raven Nicholas (35) of Calais, Maine charged with Class B Unlawful Trafficking in Schedule W Drugs (Fentanyl)
  • Raymond Neptune, 31, of Calais, Maine charged with Class B Unlawful Trafficking in Schedule W Drugs (Fentanyl)
  • Isaac Collins, 24, of Princeton, Maine charged with Class B Unlawful Trafficking in Schedule W Drugs (Fentanyl)

Following their arrests, all were transported to the Washington County jail for booking.

Also wanted in connection with this investigation is Mandy Richter, 33, of Indian Township. MDEA has an arrest warrant for Richter charging Class B Trafficking in Schedule W
drugs and violation of conditions of release stemming from the fact that she is currently out on bail from a 2021 drug trafficking charge by MDEA.

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