BELGRADE — Two men were arrested Wednesday during a traffic stop in Belgrade after sheriff’s deputies reportedly found a variety of drugs inside the vehicle, including more than 100 grams of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid similar to morphine but 50 to 100 times more potent.

Deputy Elijah Curtis of the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office stopped a 2004 Saturn on the Oakland Road at about 4:25 p.m., according to Sheriff Ken Mason.

Thomas Bourque, left, Corey A. Stevens, right

Thomas Bourque, 38, of Randolph, was driving and Corey A. Stevens, 27, of Oakland, was a passenger, according to deputies.

A search of the vehicle revealed several baggies containing drugs, Mason said.

Deputies found about 127 grams of fentanyl, a gram of methamphetamine, 30 milliliters of morphine, a gram of LSD and $1,672 in cash, according to the sheriff.

Stevens has been charged with aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, three counts of unlawful possession of schedule X drugs and violating conditions of release. He was being held without bail Thursday at the Kennebec County jail in Augusta.

Bourque was charged with operating a motor vehicle after suspension and operating a motor vehicle without a license. He was being held on $500 bail at the jail and has been scheduled to in court Dec. 8.

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