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10 Arrested In Undercover Drug Sweep

(Photo Credit: Pittsburgh Police)
In this picture: William Miller, who is accused of selling heroin to undercover officers.

(Photo Credit: Pittsburgh Police)
In this picture: William Miller, who is accused of selling heroin to undercover officers.

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Police have arrested 10 people accused of selling drugs after a two-month undercover investigation in the Hill District.

Police say in the course of the sweep, the accused allegedly sold crack cocaine and heroin to undercover officers.

On Friday, Zone 2 Police arrested 10 alleged drug dealers from six different residences in a sweep. They are all charged with possession of a controlled substance, intent to deliver a controlled substance and delivery of a controlled substance.

In addition to the arrests, police say they also confiscated $4,000 in cash, several bricks of heroin, a semi-automatic pistol, as well as drug packing materials.

Police say one other suspect, William Miller, is still at large.

He is accused of selling heroin to undercover officers in the Hill District.

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