MEDINA -- Two Cleveland men were arrested Friday afternoon after allegedly delivering a quantity of suspected heroin to undercover agents of the Medina County Drug Task Force.
Medina Police immediately moved in and made the arrests without incident.
"We received complaints and information from concerned citizens which started this investigation. Fast action from our partners at the Medina County Drug Task Force made this all possible," said Medina Police Chief Patrick Berarducci.
"It's all about teamwork."
Arrested was Tommy Devon Dorsey, 23, of Cleveland, and charged with one count of trafficking in heroin.
Dorsey was a fugitive and has also been charged with dangerous drugs and contempt of court.
Both warrants originated with Cleveland Police.
Also arrested was Curtis D. Debose, 32 of Cleveland. He was also charged with one count of trafficking in heroin.
Police believe both men have been staying on Bronson Street and in apartments at Union Square.
Dubose and Dorsey are currently housed at the Medina County Jail and will appear on Monday before Judge Dale Chase in Medina Municipal Court.
Investigators anticipate additional charges will be filed when the case is presented to the Medina County Grand Jury.