FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Two Bridgeport residents face drug charges in Fairfield after a police officer checked on a suspicious car and found suspected crack cocaine, police said.
An officers who noticed the car near Algonquin Drive around 9:15 p.m. on Jan. 16 called for the K-9 unit’s Maverick to inspect the area and the dog detected the odor of narcotics, police said.
Searching the car, police found glass pipes, copper brushes, small, rock-like particles and multiple baggies of suspected crack cocaine, police said.
Marie Dorlette, 27, of Park Avenue, and Javon Gaymon, 24, of Laurel Court, were each charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of narcotics, police said. They are due in court on Jan. 26.
Bond amounts were not available Tuesday morning.