Butler police seized suspected heroin, crack cocaine and Suboxone early Sunday morning while answering a call for a possible burglary on Roosevelt Boulevard.
Arrested in the investigation were Saleem Boyd, 38, of Pittsburgh and Joshua Hollobaugh, 36, of Worthington.
Police said they got a call about 3:30 a.m. from a man living at a home on the 200 block of Roosevelt Boulevard. He believed that two men were “casing” his house. An officer spotted a car traveling on Roosevelt Boulevard near Pepperland Boulevard.
Police pulled over the two and identified Hollobaugh as the driver and Boyd as the front-seat passenger. On the floor of Boyd’s seat, appeared to be drug packaging materials.
Both defendants were taken to the station. A search of Boyd turned up 28 stamp bags of heroin and two plastic bags containing a combined 8.72 grams of suspected crack, police said.
He also had 13 strips of Suboxone, which is a narcotic-based drug prescribed to treat addiction to heroin and powerful painkillers such as oxycodone.
The defendants are in the Butler County Prison on $30,000 bail each.