Police say a routine bail check resulted in a Lincolnville man being arrested on several drug-related charges including possession of hallucinogenic drugs known as bath salts and LSD.

Tristan Grant, 20, of Lincolnville was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of synthetic hallucinogenic drugs (bath salts), possession of a schedule W drug (LSD), possession of schedule Z drugs, possession of a usable amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia (pipe, scales) and violating conditions of release. Police arrested Grant on the charges following a bail check at his Lincolnville residence on the evening of Wednesday, May 23, said Waldo County Chief Deputy Jeff Trafton.

When officers arrived at Grant’s residence, Trafton said they searched his room and located a bag of marijuana, a pipe and a set of scales.

“At that point [Grant] was placed under arrest,” Trafton said.

As the officers continued searching Grant’s room, Trafton said they reportedly located several other types of drugs, including pills that were later identified as Ritalin and Vyvanse, which are both drugs intended to control symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to the National Institute of Health. Among other drugs police reportedly located were tabs of paper that Trafton said appeared to be LSD, also known as acid, but Grant told police it wasn’t actually LSD.

“He said it was fake,” said Trafton. “… But he admitted to the officers that he bought it because he thought it was acid.”

Police also located a substance that was identified as bath salts, Trafton said.

Bath salts, which began making headlines primarily in Penobscot and Knox counties in early 2011, have been a big concern for health professionals and law enforcement officers across the state in recent months.

According to the Maine Office of Substance Abuse, the synthetic hallucinogenic drug is marketed under names like “Ivory Wave,” “Vanilla Sky,” “Whack,” “Sextacy,” “Fly” and “Hurricane Charlie,” and side effects can include increased heart rate, seizures, loss of bowel control, hallucinations and risk of renal failure.

With the exception of the arrest of a Stockton Springs man in Belfast last October and a Searsport man in February, Waldo County has seen relatively few bath salts-related incidents.

Grant is scheduled to appear at Fifth District Court in Belfast Tuesday, June 19.