Two Haverhill residents face heroin dealing charges, among others, from Haverhill Police as the result of an investigation by detectives.
Police report 29-year-old Jeremy A. Trongeau and 28-year-old Rachael Jones, both of Haverhill, were arrested at 10:45 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. respectively, Thursday, at 55 South Elm Street. Each is charged with possession of classes A and E substances with intent to distribute, conspiracy to violate drug laws, and a school zone violation. Jones was also taken into custody on an outstanding warrant for operating an uninsured motor vehicle.
According to a police spokesperson, Haverhill narcotics detectives, assisted by members of an area Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant and seized numerous pills, heroin valued at $500 and $500.00 cash. The two suspects will also be charged with a school zone violation.
Trongeau and Jones were due to be arraigned in Haverhill District Court.
In other police news, two people are due to be arraigned in court on drug possession charges after their arrests Thursday night at a Franklin Street residence known to police for past illegal drug activity. Haverhill Police report 25-year-old Jeffrey Wolk of Haverhill and 26-year-old Sarah M. Peerson of Newbury were arrested around 9 p.m., Thursday at 70 Franklin Street. Each is charged with possession of a class A substance.