An Arundel man was charged with trafficking in crack cocaine.

Christopher Carbone, 30, of 192 New Rd., was arrested by Maine Drug Enforcement agents Friday afternoon after agents and Maine State Police stopped Carbone’s car in a parking lot at a Biddeford convenience store.

Crack cocaine was found during a search of his car and a search of his house found heroin and $3,400 in cash.

The street value of the crack and heroin is about $1,500, said Steve McCausland, Department of Public Safety spokesman.

Carbone was also charged with violation of his probation for a drug conviction of selling Oxycodone. He is being held at York County Jail.

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