LEWISTON — A Webster Street woman was arraigned Thursday, six months after she was charged with dealing crack cocaine out of a school parking lot.

Shelby Viles, 20, of 213 Webster St., was allowed to remain free on personal recognizance after a brief hearing in Androscoggin County Superior Court.

Viles was arrested with a man after police said they were found with crack cocaine in the Lewiston Middle School parking lot Nov. 19.

Maine Drug Enforcement agents and Lewiston police said on that afternoon, they approached a car in the lot and found more than $700 in cocaine packaged for sale on Reynard Eugene Carroll, 29.

McCausland said Carroll admitted to selling drugs and indicated there was more cocaine at his 213 Webster St. home. After a search there, agents seized more than two ounces of cocaine, in total, with a street value of $5,500, and $1,000 in cash.

Carroll was charged with two counts of aggravated trafficking in cocaine in a school zone. Viles, who lived with him, was charged with one count of aggravated trafficking in cocaine.

Carroll was arraigned earlier in the year. Drug officials said the pair had not been selling crack to students.


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