Sanford residents accused of delivering meth to Biddeford doughnut shop


    Maine State Police say two Sanford residents have been arrested for allegedly delivering meth to a Biddeford doughnut shop. (MGN)

    BIDDEFORD (WGME) – Maine State Police say two Sanford residents have been arrested for allegedly delivering meth to a Biddeford doughnut shop.

    Officials say they have been investigating the sale of methamphetamine in Sanford for months.

    Thursday, police say 25-year-old Brittany Avanzato and 30-year-old Christopher Rock were delivering 6.5 grams of meth at a Biddeford doughnut shop.

    Police say they also found 1.2 grams of cocaine base and 3.5 grams of meth is Avanzato’s vehicle.

    Both suspects were transported to York County Jail. Their bail has been set at $10,000 cash each.

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