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MDEA: Couple Sold Oxycodone for EBT Cards

Agents say the couple was selling Oxycodone out of their home on Pierce Road

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    MDEA: Couple Sold Oxycodone for EBT Cards
    Penobscot County Sheriff's Office
    Scott Lord, Amy Lord

    The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency says they have arrested an Enfield couple accused of accepting EBT cards as a form of payment for Oxycodone.

    Scott Lord, 51, and Amy Lord, 46, were arrested Wednesday, according to necn affiliate WCSH.

    Agents say the couple was selling Oxycodone out of their home on Pierce Road.

    During a search Wednesday night police seized 80 Oxycodone pills and $9,000 they believe was tied to the drugs.

    Police also found eight EBT cards, none of which belonged to the couple.

    Both of them are being held on $5,000 and are expected in court Friday.

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