Madawaska man summoned after police say he supplied liquor, meth to minors at house party
MADAWASKA, Maine — Madawaska police called Ryan Morin to the station Tuesday morning, where he was charged with furnishing liquor to minors and aggravated furnishing of methamphetamine.
Morin, 25, allegedly supplied minors with both alcohol and methamphetamine at a house party on April 16. The department received an anonymous tip about the alleged alcohol and drugs supplied at the party, and after an investigation, police asked Morin to come in to the station where he was summoned on the Class B and D crimes, according to Officer Ryan Albert.
Morin faces up to 10 years and/or $10,000 in fines if convicted of the Class B felony of aggravated furnishing of methamphetamine, and up to 364 days and/or $2,000 in fines on the Class D crime of furnishing alcohol.
No other details about the case were released.
Morin is scheduled to appear in court July 2, at 8:30 a.m. at the Madawaska District Court.
This article corrects a previous version that indicated Morin was arrested. He was charged but not arrested.
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