Four arrests have been issued for drug trafficking in Augusta after law enforcement searched a home located at 54 Boothby Street in Augusta according to a report by WGME-TV.

All four men were charged with trafficking scheduled drugs. The four men arrested were, Patrick Burns, 59, of Augutsa. Elmo Williams, 22, of New York. Darrel Boyd, 27, of New York, and Ritchard Laguer, 26, of New York.

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All four men are currently being held at the Kennebec County Jail pending arraingment. Current bail for Patrick Burns is set for $35,000, while Williams, Laguer, and Boyd have bail set for $30,000.

** Disclaimer ** all suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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