BIDDEFORD — Maine Drug Enforcement Agency’s Mid-Coast District Task Force reports that five people have been arrested, including three from the Midcoast, for trafficking heroin, fentanyl, and cocaine.

Devyn Pushard, 21, and Molena Ward, 19, of Bath; Kimberly Lermond, 34, of Brunswick; Ales Mena, 20, of Lawrence, Massachusetts; and Glenn Hagan, 25, of Biddeford were charged with unlawful trafficking of scheduled drugs, class B.

Forty-two grams of suspected heroin/fentanyl were seized during the initial arrest.

A search of Hagan’s Biddeford apartment, turned up 140 grams of cocaine, 180 grams of heroin/fentanyl, nine firearms, and $4,860 in suspected drug proceeds. Officers estimate the street value of the drugs at over $40,000.

The investigation started after a non-fatal drug overdose was reported in Bath on Sept. 17. Surveillance of Pushard led agents to a meeting at a parking lot in Biddeford between the four Maine individuals.

Hagan and Pushard were taken to the York County Jail, while Ward and Lermond were summonsed to court and released at the scene.

Further investigation led police to Mena after an undercover agent from the Cumberland District Task Force arranged to meet with him under the guise of a drug deal.

Mena was transported to Cumberland County Jail, where bail was set at $25,000 cash.

Biddeford and South Portland police departments assisted in the investigation.