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Two Vt. women facing drug charges
Angela Redmond, 41, and Breanna Prime, 19, were arrested and charged with possession of heroin.
Police said an infant was inside the 171 Walsh Ave. residence when officers from Hartford and the state Department of Motor Vehicles searched it. The state Division of Child and Families was notified and is investigating.
Recovered from the residence were heroin, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, several needles, written correspondence originating from Vermont correctional facilities about drug deals and use, and other correspondence from various drug dealers and users from Vermont, New Hampshire and Connecticut, according to a news release issued by Hartford police.
Investigators also seized imitation pistols as well as a clip loaded with live ammunition.
The women are to appear in Windsor Superior Court at a later date. They also are expected to face additional charges.
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