Caribou Police arrest two on multiple drug charges

CARIBOU, Maine — Caribou Police arrested two Washburn residents on various drug charges at roughly 3 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 5, according to a press release from Caribou Police Chief Michael Gahagan issued on Dec. 9.

The incident began when Sgt. Chad Cochran stopped a 2007 Pontiac G6 for a motor vehicle violation on the Fort Fairfield Road in Caribou. 

With the help of police dog handler Kegan McPherson, the department’s dog Ace was deployed and the two occupants were arrested.

Driver Marshall McManus, 49, of Washburn was charged with Class B trafficking in Schedule W Drugs (fentanyl and methamphetamines), as well as Class B violating conditions of release and Class E operating a motor vehicle after license suspension.

Passenger Kori Mcmanus, 37, of Washburn was charged with Class C possession of Schedule W drugs (methamphetamines) and Class E violating conditions of release.

Police said both had outstanding arrest warrants and were given a court date of Jan. 7, at the Caribou District Courthouse

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