A Biddeford man is facing multiple charges after being pulled over Tuesday morning in Arundel, according to York County Sheriff William L. King Jr.

Tison Gagne, 28, gave the wrong name and told the officer, contract deputy Greg Sevigny, that he did not have any identification after getting pulled over around 9:30 a.m., King said. But Sevigny’s investigation revealed that Gagne was an habitual offender and that his driver’s license had been revoked by the state.

King said in a statement that Gagne was arrested and charged with operating after being declared an habitual offender, failure to provide his correct name and date of birth, and operating with a suspended registration.

Gagne was being held Tuesday night at the York County Jail in Alfred on $500 cash bail. He will make his initial court appearance via video Wednesday morning.

King said two passengers in Gagne’s motor vehicle were arrested on outstanding warrants.

Rebecca Person, 25, of Biddeford had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a theft charge. Jail workers also found drug paraphernalia on her, a discovery that led to Person being charged with trafficking in prison contraband, King said.

Erick Robinson, 33, of Biddeford was arrested on a warrant charging him with failure to appear in court for unlawful possession of scheduled drugs.

King said the contract deputy pulled the vehicle over because he determined that the motor vehicle Gagne was driving had a suspended registration – due to Maine Turnpike Authority toll violations.

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