Three Arrests in Brookline Drug Bust
A large amount of heroin was found and three people were arrested Thursday morning during a Brookline drug bust.
A month-long investigation by Pittsburgh Police has led to three arrests and the seizure of a large amount of drugs in Brookline.
Pittsburgh police executed a search warrant at 8:50 a.m. Thursday at a residence in the 400 block of Winterhill Street, with narcotics and vice units, as well as SWAT personnel on scene.
According to the police report, numerous complaints of illegal drug activity in that neighborhood had been reported.
Robert Anthony Agurs, 24, of Garfield, Demetrius Williams, 21, of Beltzhoover, and Jennifer Jenkins, 25, of Brookline were arrested and taken to Allegheny County Jail.
Each was charged with the following: possession of narcotics (heroin and marijuana); possession with intent to deliver (heroin and marijuana)and conspiracy. Williams and Augurs also will be charged with Persons Not to Possess a Firearm.
Four ounces of heroin, 700 stamp bags of heroin, two ounces of marijuana and a .40 caliber Taurus PT140 handgun were seized.
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