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Wallingford police arrest 2 for selling heroin

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Lynze Khan and Michael Badgley. (Wallingford police photos) Lynze Khan and Michael Badgley. (Wallingford police photos)
WALLINGFORD, CT (WFSB) -

A man and a woman were arrested for selling heroin in Wallingford, according to police.

Lynze Khan, 23, and her boyfriend, 28-year-old Michael Badgley, both of Southington, were charged.

Police said they received information that Khan and Badgley were coming from Southington to sell heroin in the Meadow Street area of Wallingford.

With the use of an informant, arrangements were made to purchase the drugs from the suspects.

Police said they found the suspects on Meadow Street Thursday.

Detectives said they witnessed what they believed to be a drug sale.

They took Khan and Badgley into custody.

The suspects were found to be in possession of 56 bags of heroin and about $300 in cash, according to police.

As a result of the investigation, more than 150 bags of heroin were seized.

Khan was charged with five counts of sales of narcotics, six counts of possession of narcotics, three counts of conspiracy to sell narcotics and one count of criminal attempt to sell narcotics.

She was released on a $50,000 bond.

Badgley was charged with two counts of sales of narcotics, two counts of possession of narcotics, three counts of conspiracy to sell narcotics and one count of criminal attempt to sell narcotics.

He also has previous convictions for sale of narcotics and illegal sale of an assault weapon, according to police. He was released on a $100,000 bond.  

Both will face a judge in Meriden on Sept. 29.

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