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VT police seize more than $12,000 of heroin

VT police seize more than $12,000 of heroin

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MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) – Vermont police say they seized more than $12,000 worth of heroin and other drugs from a residence in the town of Hartford, Vermont. The Hartford Police Department says on Wednesday they seized almost 15 grams of crack cocaine, more than 15 grams of marijuana, 136 bags of heroin and more than 13 grams of heroin powder. The street value for all heroin totals more than $12,000. The other drugs were worth close to $2,000.

Police say Belinda Daniels of Hartford, David Reyes of Springfield, Mass., Jonathan Stack of Holyoke, Mass., and Louis Tibercio-Cordero of Chicopee, Mass., are charged with drug-related violations and lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility. Daniels was held on $1000 bond. The rest were held on individual $25,000 bonds.

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