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Ellensburg Police Heroin Arrests

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ELLENSBURG, Wash. -   Ellensburg Police arrest four people in a several month long heroin investigation.

 The arrests came Wednesday after officers served search warrants in several locations in both Ellensburg and Kittitas.

 Police arrested 23 year old Brent Fletcher of Kittitas for delivery of heroin and possession of heroin with intent to deliver, 23 year old Elizabeth Fletcher for possession of heroin, 24 year old Brandon Armengol on 4 counts of delivery of heroin and 23 year old Aaron Cooper for delivery of heroin.

 Officers seized over 100 grams of heroin, over $4,000, a .22 rifle, a .40 caliber handgun, illegal prescription drugs, a 2008 Suzuki motorcycle and a 1993 Ford Ranger pickup.

 They say they'll make even more arrests in connection with this investigation.

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