Man accused of selling cocaine at school lot

A man has been charged with selling cocaine from a middle school parking lot in Maine. Police said Reynard Eugene Carroll, 29, was a passenger in the car parked at Lewiston Middle School. They said he admitted to police that he had cocaine and turned over to agents about $700 worth of the drug Tuesday. He was charged with two counts of aggravated trafficking in cocaine in a school zone. Agents searched Carroll’s house and found more cocaine, for a total street value of about $5,500. Carroll’s girlfriend, Shelby Viles, 19, was charged with one count of aggravated trafficking in cocaine.

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