Originally Published: May 4, 2012 9:50 p.m.
PRESCOTT - Partners Against Narcotic Trafficking (PANT) detectives arrested a Prescott man and woman Tuesday on charges including possession of dangerous drugs for sale after they found methamphetamine with a street value of $5,000, heroin worth $500, and narcotic pills in their homes as part of a two-month investigation, said PANT Sgt. James Gregory.
PANT Task Force detectives served the first search warrant at Dennis Max Shroyer's home in the 100 block of North Mount Vernon Avenue and found Shroyer, 48, in possession of 50 grams of meth, 2.5 grams of heroin, miscellaneous narcotic pills, and a Keltec .380 handgun, Gregory said.
At Rose Mary Connolly's home in the 900 block of Oak Terrace Drive, detectives serving a search warrant found Connolly, 62, in possession of two grams of meth with a street value of $200, Gregory said, adding that the investigation revealed she had been buying meth from Shroyer.
An officer booked Connolly into the Yavapai County jail on charges including three counts of possession of dangerous drugs for sale, three counts of possession/use of dangerous drugs, three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of use of an electronic device during a drug offense.
Shroyer was booked into the jail on charges of possession of dangerous drugs for sale, three counts of possession of narcotic drugs for sale, possession/use of dangerous drugs, three counts of possession/use of narcotic drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of misconduct involving weapons.