Methadone Clinic Shut Down After Owner Arrested for Selling Cocaine 

A methadone clinic in Rockland has been shut down by state and federal officials after the owner of the clinic was arrested on drug charges.Last month, Maine Drug Enforcement Agents, sheriff’s deputies and state police arrested clinic owner Angel Fuller-McMahan of Owls Head after authorities say they caught her selling cocaine in a parking lot.Three days later, clinic counselor Carol Gardiner of Thorndike was arrested for attempted possession of cocaine.The Turning Tide methadone clinic, which opened in 2008, provided methadone to about 280 drug-addicted clients before it was shut down.