Two men arrested in a drug bust in Bangor made their first court appearances Friday, accused of selling oxycodone.
State drug agents arrested 35-year-old Jeramie Schell of Bangor and 25-year-old Dereck Ntim of New York Wednesday.
Agents say Ntim had 78 oxycodone tablets and more than $6,500 cash.
He's charged with trafficking and unlawful possession. He was freed on $5,000 bail.
Bail for Schell was set at $1,000. He's charged with unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs.
Agents say they bought oxycodone from Schell last month.
The men were arrested near 15 Bolling Drive - the same place where one of the three people found dead in a burned out car in Bangor last month was last seen alive.
Witnesses say 24-year-old Nicolle Lugdon of Eddington had been at the apartment there before going for a ride with at least two other people.
Her body was found a few hours later, along with the bodies of 26-year-old Daniel Borders of Hermon and 28-year-old Lucas Tuscano of Bradford.
Maine Drug Enforcement Agency Division Commander Darrell Crandell tells TV5 News the arrests are not related to the triple homicide, but the MDEA has joined that investigation.
Two People Arrested Near Apartment Triple Homicide Victim was Last Seen Alive