BELLEVUE, Pa. - A man was arrested Monday morning after authorities found drugs and cash while executing a search warrant at a home in Bellevue.
Mike Manko from Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala's Office said Keith Reddix, 41, had been under investigation for about two months.
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Manko said Reddix is originally from McKees Rocks but recently moved to Bellevue.
Following a second undercover buy Monday at Reddix’s Bellevue residence on Grant Avenue, a search warrant was obtained for the home.
Officers executed the search warrant Monday afternoon and uncovered 150 bricks of heroin, which is 7,500 stamp bags, a small amount of marijuana, a small amount of crack cocaine and $50,000 in cash. Manko said the street value of the heroin is about $100,000.
Reddix was arrested and faces a long list of charges, including possession of heroin, possession of heroin with intent to deliver, delivery of heroin, possession of marijuana and possession of crack cocaine.
Manko said as with any narcotics investigation, the investigation is ongoing to try and determine the source of the heroin that was confiscated.