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Police: $33K worth of heroin, fentanyl seized from McKeesport home

Renatta Signorini
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Allegheny County Police
Police seized 111 bricks of heroin and fentanyl and other items from a McKeesport home.

More than $33,000 worth of heroin and fentanyl was seized from a McKeesport home Friday and two people were arrested, according to the Allegheny County Police.

Camille Ann Pruitt, 27, of McKeesport, and Tyjior Leslie Brown, 18, of Pittsburgh, are facing drug and conspiracy charges.

Authorities served a search warrant at a home on Yester Square in the Crawford Village housing complex Friday morning and found more than 111 “bricks” of heroin and fentanyl, a loaded 9mm handgun and about $700, according to police.

The gun was found sitting on the bathroom sink in reach of three children inside the home, police said. Pruitt faces additional child endangerment counts.

Both Pruitt and Brown posted $10,000 bail Saturday, according to online court records. Phone numbers for them could not be located. Neither had an attorney listed.

Preliminary hearings are set for Nov. 18.

Renatta Signorini is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Renatta at 724-837-5374, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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