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NORRIDGEWOCK, Maine A search warrant Thursday afternoon led to a drug bust for the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office and the arrest of a North Anson woman, according to police.

Lt. Route 2 in Norridgewock.

Berryman was arrested and charged with trafficking Skechers Boots Sale in a Schedule W drug and two counts of possession of a Schedule W drug. She is being held at Somerset County Skechers Boots Sale Jail in Madison on $10,000 cash bail. Her first court appearance is Feb. 8.

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