Maine police: 2 BX men had $25,000 in heroin

State police in Maine arrested two Bronx men accused of trafficking $25,000 worth of heroin.



Robert Haines, 28, and Jason Viorla, 30, are being held in York County Jail in Maine on drug trafficking charges.



State trooper Robert Cejka initially pulled the men over for speeding in Kennebunk, Maine, according to officials there.



They say the men were traveling 90 mph on the Maine Turnpike around 2 a.m. 



Cejka's police dog, Maxx, detected the scent of drugs in the car, police say.



When troopers searched the car, they found 152 grams of heroin in the trunk, according to officials.


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