IRWIN, Pa. - Police in North Huntingdon said they arrested at 22-year-old for allowing two juvenile drug dealers sell heroin out of her home.
Investigators said Katelyn Jones allowed the teens from Penn Hills sell at least 10 bricks of heroin a day several times this past week from her apartment at the Villages of Easton in Irwin.
Jones told police that the juveniles paid her $50 a day to use her apartment. Channel 11's Courtney Brennan reported that Jones' 3-year-old daughter lives at the apartment with her.
The child was also present when Jones drove one of the suspected drug dealers to Penn Hills to purchase the drug, police said.
Investigators said they found a pistol with one live round, $500 and 760 stamped bags of heroin in the car – with the child in the back seat – at the time of her arrest.
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