Deputies made three more arrests Wednesday in a crackdown on heroin dealing, according to the Stafford County Sheriff's Office.
Berry Solomon Evans, 40, of no fixed address is charged with Possession With Intent to Distribute Heroin and Possession With Intent to Distribute Marijuana.
Allison Dawn Rice, 26, of 11161 Thornberry Court, Fredericksburg, is charged with Felony Possession of Heroin and Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Control Act.
Quinn Marie Gold, 19, of 5910 Paynes Law Lane, Spotsylvania, is charged with Felony Possession of Heroin and Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Control Act.
The arrests were made after an investigation and surveillance of drug distribution in the area of Route 17 and Warrenton Road, according to a sheriff's office release.
Rice and Gold were arrested in the vicinity of the Howard Johnson Motel in the area for possession of heroin, according to police.
A search warrant was executed at a room in the Howard Johnsons occupied by Berry Evans, where he was arrested and charged. The heroin in Berry Evans' possession had a street value of approximately $3,500, according to police.
“The Stafford Sheriff’s Office is continuing its active and aggressive investigation into heroin trafficking in our area,” states Sheriff Charles Jett. “I have committed every asset the Sheriff’s Office possesses to eliminating this danger that is threatening Stafford County.”
Last month, the Sheriff's Office announced 11 indictments on charges related to heroin distribution.
Anyone who has information that would assist the Sheriff’s Office in this ongoing investigation can call 540-658-4400, Stafford Crime Solvers at 540-659-2020 (callers may remain anonymous) or TEXT “Stafford + your tip to CRIMES (274637).