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Jun 24, 2016 8:50 AM

Drugs and weapons seized, 3 charged with selling heroin in Durham

DURHAM - Police arrested three people and seized heroin, suboxone, methadone, a gun and a machete on Thursday during an investigation into alleged drug dealing at an address on Woodman Road in Durham where one of the three lived.

Stephen Corliss, 24, of 9 Woodman Road, Apt. 303, was charged with possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of suboxone and methadone. Corliss was held in the Strafford County jail and is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday afternoon.

Devlin Tatro, 23, of Lee was charged with possession of heroin and violating bail conditions. He also remained at the jail awaiting arraignment on Friday.

Olivia Bolen, 19, of Durham, was charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin and possession of suboxone and methadone. She also spent the night at the jail and is scheduled for arraignment with the two other suspects in Strafford County Superior Court.

As part of the investigation law enforcement conducted a search warrant at 9 Woodman Rd. Apt. 303 in Durham.

During the search officers say they found a number of safes, cash, approximately 15 grams of heroin, 23 suboxone strips, methadone, needles, baggies, scales, drug ledgers, a loaded .45 caliber handgun with loaded magazines, 7 boxes of ammunition, a machete, and brass knuckles.

Police say the investigation was the result of cooperative efforts between the Durham and Madbury Police Departments with the Strafford County Drug Task Force.

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