BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH/WOOD) - Eleven people, including some from Michigan, were arrested in an Indiana cocaine and heroine bust Wednesday.
The arrests came after a three-month investigation into drugs at a Bloomington apartment complex, according to WISH TV, WOOD TV8's Indianapolis sister station.
Officers seized about 40 grams of heroin and 40 to 50 grams of cocaine estimated to have a street value of $20,000, WISH reported. They also seized $5,100 in cash and a handgun.
The suspects facing the most serious charges have addresses connected to Detroit and Battle Creek. It's not yet clear which suspects are from Michigan.
The investigation started with a man known as "Frog," later discovered to be Larry Johnson of Michigan.
Nicole Berry, Dwayne Fredrick, Ray Fredricks, William Holloway and Larry Johnson all face felony charges in Indiana, WISH said. The six other suspects — Shannon Bell, Tina Berry, Joseph Blythe, Brandy Deckard, Tracy Gifford and Cassandria Roy — face misdemeanor charges.
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