She remains in Beaver County Jail unable to post $20,000 straight cash bond.
"We got a lot of complaints," said Ambridge Police Chief James Mann. "She's been a nuisance to the neighborhood. We received a lot of complaints about a lot of foot traffic, cars stopping. Enough is enough."
Following a joint investigation with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General's Bureau of Narcotics, police and agents executed a search warrant around 3:10 p.m. Thursday at Beall's residence.
Authorities found six bricks of heroin, 63 hydrocodone pills, 2.5 ounces of marijuana, 23.5 grams of cocaine, digital scales, and various other drug paraphernalia and packaging materials.
Police and agents were assisted by deputies from the Beaver County sheriff's department.
Beall is currently awaiting trial in March for a 2014 drug arrest.
"Not only was she selling out of her residence, she permitted other people to sell out her residence," Mann said. "It looked like a pharmacy. So many different kinds of drugs, basically a one-stop shop."
Thanks to neighbor complaints, Mann said officials started conducting surveillance and an investigation, making controlled buys out of the residence.
Once police and AG agents had probable cause, they applied for and received a search warrant for Beall's home.