Police: 4 Charged in Duluth Heroin, Marijuana Investigation

Updated: 11/20/2013 4:52 PM
Created: 11/20/2013 3:58 PM

Four people have been charged in connection with an investigation into the sale of heroin and marijuana.

Members of the Duluth Police Department Tactical Response team executed two search warrants at two apartments on the 2200 block of West 3rd Street on Monday.

Authorities said they found loaded firearms in both apartments, as well as four children. Three men and a woman were taken into custody and formally charged in St. Louis County District Court Wednesday morning, they said.

According to a police news release:

  • Jeremiah Lee Bonilla, 26, is charged with 3rd Degree Sale of Heroin, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, and Child Endangerment
  • Adrianna Rose Cortes, 25, is charged with Child Endangerment
  • Daniel Joel Adams, 26, is charged with 5th Degree Sale of Marijuana
  • Roberto Villalobos, 28, was charged with two counts of 3rd Degree Sale of Heroin

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