Investigators release details in largest heroin bust in Lorain history

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Amber Nichole Zajac and Tyshun Washington (Photos from Lorain Police)

Amber Nichole Zajac and Tyshun Washington (Photos from Lorain Police)

LORAIN COUNTY, Ohio--Investigators released new details at a press conference on Thursday in what they call the largest heroin bust in Lorain history.

Investigators said they made seven arrests and seized heroin with a street value of $70,000.

Right before the press conference, police announced that two additional suspects were arrested in connection to the raids.

Amber Nicole Zajac, of Lorain, is charged with conspiracy; and Tyshun Washington, of Elyria, is charged with engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity and trafficking in drugs.

Police announced five arrests on Wednesday.

George Seymore, Robert Young and Wayne Norris were charged with trafficking in drugs while Stacy Jo Norris and Pamela Pearson were charged with conspiracy.

Investigators said Norris was one of the biggest heroin dealers in Lorain, and had been on their radar since 2012.

Wednesday’s bust involved the Lorain police narcotics unit, Elyria narcotics unit, Lorain County Drug Task Force, BCI and West Shore Enforcement Bureau.

According to investigators, together they yielded at least seven vehicles, several firearms, cash and more than a kilo of heroin.

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