- Associated Press - Thursday, July 21, 2016

BANGOR, Maine (AP) - Four Maine men who were among 10 people arrested in a Dexter drug raid last year have pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy charges.

Forty-nine-year-old Mark Tasker, 28-year-old Greg Tasker, 67-year-old Eugene Moulton and 48-year-old Antoinette Perreault entered the plea Wednesday to charges including conspiring to distribute oxycodone and cocaine in a federal court in Bangor.

Police say the four men and several others were arrested in an April 2015 drug raid following an investigation by Dexter police that took more than 18 months. The arrests came after a wiretapping effort in which hundreds of hours were recorded.

It’s not clear if a sentencing date has been scheduled. Four other co-defendants pleaded guilty in the case in January and are also awaiting sentencing.

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