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Heroin dealer busted in Raleigh County

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A drug task for team conducted a bust that netted a large amount of suspected heroin. It's a drug they say has made a resurgence resulting in multiple overdoses in the area.


Thirty-six-year-old Tyrone Amar was arrested by the Beckley-Raleigh County Drug and Violent Crime Task Force for possession with intent to deliver plus outstanding warrants.   Inside his Midway area home on Shephard Lane in Raleigh County, officers discovered more than a pound of marijuana, numerous firearms, a large amount of cash and over 800 individually wrapped packages of suspected heroin.

These packages have an estimated street value of $35,000.

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