WASHINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) — Detectives seized a large amount of heroin from a home in Washington, Pa., Friday as a result of a joint federal state drug investigation.

Washington County District Attorney Eugene A. Vittone announced Saturday morning that detectives seized 785 stamp bags of heroin, which is equal to approximately 15 bricks, from a home on 140 Hart Avenue in Washington. Detectives also seized four ounces of cocaine and more than $9,000 from the house.

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Quentin Lamont Vaden, 32, was arrested and charged with a number of drug-related charges, including possession with intent to deliver cocaine and possession with intent to deliver heroin. Vaden was arraigned and placed in the Washington County Correctional Facility.

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The Washington County District Attorney’s Drug Task Force worked on the investigation and executed the search warrant along with the United States Drug Enforcement Agency, Canonsburg Police Department, Pennsylvania State Police, Washington Police Department and Washington Police Department K-9 Golem.