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Police arrest Bellingham heroin dealer

Police arrest Bellingham heroin dealer

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KGMI News Reporting
By Joe Teehan

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Police arrest a Bellingham man for dealing heroin and other drugs.

Detectives from the Bellingham Police Departments Special Investigations Unit say they observed 56-year-old Richard Miller making a drug deal in the 1900 block of King Street at about 5:00 p.m. last Thursday.

They found Miller in possession of about 4 ounces of heroin worth nearly $10,000 along with methamphetamine and some prescription medications.

He was booked into the Whatcom County Jail.

Officers also arrested 23-year-old Annika Hicks of Maple Falls who admitted to buying heroin from Miller just before detectives contacted the pair.

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