Drug agents arrested a Lubec man on I-95 in Hampden. It happened Wednesday. Drug agents started surveillance on Sharley Fitzsimmons, 47, early Wednesday because they believed he was going to buy Oxycodone to sell in Washington County. A State Police trooper pulled Fitzsimmons over on I-95. Drug agents reportedly found 127 tablets of Oxycodone hidden inside Fitzsimmons’ pants. According to a press release, the drugs have a retail street value of $6,300. Fitzsimmons already has a felony drug conviction. He is now charged with aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs. His bail has been set at $100,000. If he’s convicted, he faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. He’s scheduled to be in court in late November. Drug agents say the investigation is ongoing and more arrests are possible.