Posted by Trina Kinstler - email
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -- The Cincinnati Police Mid-Level Drug Unit, acting on information from a source in Detroit, Michigan, conducted drug interdiction at the Greyhound Bus Terminal on July 11.
Wyatt Robertson and Kaleef Watts exited the bus from Detroit and left the terminal. Officers stopped and detained the two for investigation.
Officers recovered over a pound and half of heroin (685 grams) along with 200 grams of a cutting agent and $1,000 in US Currency.
Both individuals were charged with Possession of Heroin and Trafficking Heroin.
This heroin, bound for the streets of Cincinnati, represents one of the largest heroin seizures in the Tri-state area and has a street value estimated at over $150,000.