Ambridge residents Tyquale Owens, 20, of Olive Lane, and Daiquan Reddick, 19, of Melrose Avenue, are both charged with possession with intent to deliver heroin, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Owens is also charged with delivery of a controlled substance and criminal use of a cell phone.
Authorities are still looking for Donnie Humphries, 20, of Aliquippa, who is facing possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia charges.
According to a criminal complaint filed by the state Attorney General's office, On Jan. 27, Owens arranged over a cell phone to sell someone heroin from his home. Reddick met the buyer outside the house and delivered 10 stamp bags of heroin marked "Income Tax" in exchange for $90, the complaint states.
The same day, police said Owens arranged to meet with a buyer outside a business on Merchant Street in Ambridge.
The confidential informant got into the vehicle Owens was driving and exchanged $90 for 10 stamp bags of heroin. Agents said the bags were marked "Thor" and held together with a rubber band.
Ambridge police stopped Owens' vehicle on 11th Street for a windshield obstruction and police said officers could smell marijuana inside. Police detained Owens and his two passengers, Reddick and Humphries.
During a search, police said Owens was found with 31 stamp bags of heroin marked "Thor" and $630 cash. Police said Reddick had marijuana, $315 cash and a digital scale. He is also charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana.
Police said Humphries had a small corner bag of "Molly," a hallucinogen and amphetamine, in his pants pocket.
Charges were filed Wednesday as a result of a joint investigation by the attorney general's office, New Brighton and Ambridge police departments.
Owens and Reddick were arraigned Wednesday and both remain in Beaver County Jail on $150,000 bond. Humphries remains at large.
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