Police say that Trombley sold narcotics and prescription pills in the three cities.
The firefighter was charged in Eastpointe with the delivery of schedule two drugs which is a seven-year felony. Trombley was also given a $500,000 personal bond, including drug testing twice weekly.
Trombley was also charged in Warren with possession with intent to distribute less than 50 gm -- which is a 20-year felony, delivery of schedule two drugs -- a seven-year felon, possession with intent to distribute schedule two drugs -- another seven-year felony and possession of analogues which is a two-year felony. The firefighter also has a personal bond set in Warren for $25,000.
In Roseville, Trombley was charged with the delivery of schedule two drugs which is a seven-year felony, and was granted a 10,000 personal bond with drug testing.