A Brattleboro, Vermont woman and Stamford, Connecticut man were arrested Wednesday after a month’s long investigation into drug trafficking in the Green Mountain State. According to a Vermont State Police press release, state police in conjunction with Randolph Police, acted on a search warrant at a residence on Pinnacle Road in Randolph, in which several people were contacted on October 17th.
State Police captured 31 bags of heroin and around $2000 in US tender that was deducted to have been from the sale of around 134 bags of heroin.
Police arrested 33-year old Donna Robinson of Randolph and 25-year old Reginald Derisme of Brattleboro, who was accused of supplying the heroin.
They are both charged with the sale of heroin, felony of heroin, and conspiracy to deliver heroin. Robinson and Derisme will appear in Orange Superior Court on December 16th this year.