Two Waterford residents were arrested Wednesday by the Major Crimes Task Force on drug charges.
Elton D. Hart, 37, and Tammy Radabaugh, 37, of 57 High St. are accused of selling heroin to confidential informants at their residence.
"We had received several complaints from neighbors of suspected dealing out of the residence," said Washington County Sheriff Larry Mincks.
LEFT: Hart RIGHT: Radabaugh
According to a report from the sheriff's office, Hart sold a total of nine unit doses of heroin to an informant on two occasions in October.
Hart was arrested Wednesday following a traffic stop at the intersection of Ohio 676 and Ohio 339. The sheriff office's newly trained drug sniffing K-9, Quick, was deployed and indicated the presence of drugs in the vehicle
"They found a small amount of heroin, but they didn't charge him for that because they had more serious trafficking charges against him," said Mincks.
Hart was arrested and charged with two fourth-degree felony counts of trafficking in drugs.
Radabaugh, who is accused of selling two unit doses of heroin on one occasion in early October, was later arrested at her residence without incident. She was charged with one fourth-degree count of trafficking in drugs.
All charges were elevated from fifth-degree felonies to fourth-degree felonies because Hart and Radabaugh's residence is within 1,000 feet of Waterford High School, said Mincks.