Northfield residents charged with trafficking heroin
State Police say drug run was intercepted in Royalton
ROYALTON, VT - Because the driver of the car had a suspended license, three Northfield area residents ended up getting busted with 60 bags of heroin while returning from an out-of-state drug run early Saturday morning, according to Vermont State Police troopers.
Brian Richardson, 52, of Northfield was stopped just before 1 a.m. at Mile Marker 22 on a stretch of Interstate 89 northbound that runs through the town of Royalton, Sgt. John Helfant reported.
Brian Richardson, 52, of Northfield will face a felony charge of conspiracy to deliver heroin
Two passengers in the white-and-black 2005 Subaru Legacy Wagon that Richardson was driving, Jessica Bradeen, 36, of Braintree and Lynn Gilman, 51, of Northfield, were also arrested.
Jessica Bradeen, 36, of Braintree faces multiple heroin-related charges
Bradeen is currently facing three felony charges, conspiracy to deliver heroin, possession of heroin and transportation of heroin into Vermont, while Richardson and Gilman have each been charged with a single felony count of conspiracy to deliver heroin.
The trio were all processed and released with citations to appear at the Windsor County Courthouse in White River Junction on May 30th to answer the charges at their formal arraignments.
Lynn Gilman, 51, of Northfield will face a felony count of conspiracy to deliver heroin
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