Four people face drug charges after police found more than $5,000 worth of heroin in the vehicle they were riding in Friday.
Charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance were Jasmine Feistel, 21; Jessica Miner, 31; Ronnell Wilson, 33, and Jeffrey St. Onge, 26. Their addresses were not available.
The Metro-Jeff Drug Task Force, Watertown city police and the state Division of Parole executed a search warrant Friday on the vehicle driven by Ms. Feistel in Watertown.
The task force said it seized 187 envelopes of heroin, with a street value of $5,610, and $4,076 in cash.
Mr. Wilson also was charged with violating parole, while Ms. Feistel was charged with driving while intoxicated. Mr. St. Onge also faces an unspecified charge of criminal possession of a weapon, but no other information was available on that charge.
Mr. Wilson, on parole out of New York City, is being held without bail at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, while the other three people remain in custodyon $20,000 bail each.