State police arrested a Killingly woman and seized 300 bags of heroin in Brooklyn on Wednesday night.
Troopers from the state police Quality of Life Task Force conducted a “narcotic interdiction” on Route 6 around 8:10 p.m.
A woman in a Volkswagen Passat pulled into the Brooklyn Market where police said they observed drug activity between two people.
After troopers approached the vehicle, police said they searched the vehicle and located a passenger, 27-year-old Nicole Vondeck, with 300 bags of heroin concealed on her body.
Vondeck was arrested and charged with possession of Heroin and possession of Heroin with intent to sell.
Vondeck is being held on a $2,000 bond. She is expected to be arraigned at Danielson Superior Court on May 18.
The state police Quality of Life Task Force is “committed to combating drug activity in the Quiet Corner.” Anyone with any information about the illegal sale of narcotics and/or synthetic marijuana is asked to call the anonymous tips hotline at 860-779-4950.
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