Police have arrested a man they say intended to sell heroin.
We have an update on a multi-state fight against heroin trafficking.
Ashley Swanson of Johnstown was busted by the drug task force Tuesday night.
The PA Attorney General's Office is promising an unprecedented law-enforcement operation to fight heroin in the region.
Altoona Police say they bought $7,500 worth of heroin.
Raw heroin with a street value of about $32,000 was seized during a traffic stop.
An action plan for reducing opioid overdose deaths in western Pennsylvania was released Monday.
A new report is expected to be released tomorrow on the heroin crisis facing our state.
More than 24 kilograms of heroin was seized between April 1 and June 30, 2014.
The Cambria County Drug Task Force arrested the 44-year-old after several months of investigation.
Police say Dante Sitton was found hiding in a residence along North Sheridan Street in Johnstown.
Two of those charged overdosed on the strong heroin May 1st.
The 21-year-old was found dead in his Centre County apartment Tuesday.
Police suspected the drug was mixed in with the heroin after more than a dozen overdoses last week.
Parents are outraged after finding out a first grader brought heroin to school.
The overdoses are being linked to the 7 of Hearts heroin packets.
Two men were arrested after a traffic stop led police to discover heroin.
Police arrested a Centre County woman on heroin charges.
State Police say John Bowes sold undercover troopers heroin at his business.
Eric Holder is encouraging emergency personnel to carry a drug to restore breathing to overdoes victims.
Approximately $40,000 in heroin was seized by authorities Monday.
Police stopped the suspect for driving without headlights.
Police have an active felony arrest warrant for this woman
The arrests are part of an ongoing investigation into heroin trafficking in one Central PA county.
Multiple agencies participated in the investigation.
Officials are worried about the new deadly mix which has killed more than 20 people in January.
Concerned citizen leads police to 90 packets of heroin
Five individuals remain at large.
The dealer had arrived in the area from Philadelphia Thursday morning.
The police department has seen considerable success using social media.
The Coatsville man was arrested in January in Bedford.
Car pulled over and police find 160 packets of heroin and small amount of marijuana.
A judge added several decades in prison to Shawn Carr's sentence.
Operation funded by local community group.