In the city of Marion, two residents were placed under arrest for drug crimes on Tuesday afternoon. The arrests occurred after the MARMET Drug Task Force searched a local home.
44-year-old David Johnson and 38-year-old Robert Johnson were both charged with drug trafficking and possession of heroin after investigators located 9.4 grams of the narcotic as well as $1,100 in cash inside of the home.
Police say that neither of the men have a prior criminal record and that the search took place at 3:00 PM while the suspects were inside of the residence. They also revealed that the heroine seized during the search had an estimated street value of $1,500.
Prior to the investigation, residents from the area sent tips to MARMET about possible criminal activity inside the home.
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