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TORRINGTON >> A Thomaston woman and city man were arrested after engaging in the sale and purchase of heroin, according to Torrington police.
Jennifer E. Sayles, 37, of 218 Bristol St., Thomaston, was arrested Sept. 7 and charged with sale of a hallucinogen/narcotic, possession in a school zone, and possession of drug paraphernalia in a school zone, police said.
Jesse J. Dvorovy, 35, of 7 Wall St., Apartment 2, Torrington, was arrested Sept. 7 and charged with possession of narcotics in a school zone, police said.
According to a probable cause report, police determined that Dvorovy purchased heroin from Sayles on Sept. 7 within 1,500 feet of the Vogel-Wetmore Elementary School.
During the investigation, police found in Dvorovy’s possession a bag containing 12 bags of an off-white powdery substance determined to be heroin, a stamp that matched the one on one of the bags of heroin, 11 empty bags, two cell phones, a glass pipe used for smoking crack cocaine, a metal spoon and a marijuana grinder, all at a James Street residence, according to the report.
Sayles later told police that the bag was hers, according to the report.
Sayles was held in lieu of $10,000 bailand scheduled to appear in Bantam Superior Court.
Dvorovy was released on $5,000 bail and scheduled to appear Sept. 26 in Torrington court.