Anonymous Caller Leads Police To Men Wanted For Allegedly Trafficking Heroin


UPDATED: Wednesday January 16, 2013 10:43 AM

Columbus police arrested two men who were wanted in Grandview Heights for trafficking heroin, according to ThisWeek News.

According to police, Austin M. Schmalz and Brandon L. Burton, were arrested on Monday in Columbus after an anonymous call led police to the two at a home on Woodruff Avenue.

A warrant for the two 30-year-olds was issued after police stopped a vehicle they were traveling in on Dec. 16, and police found  22.3 grams of black tar heroin and drug paraphernalia, ThisWeek reported.

ThisWeek reported that one of the men was arrested and charged with aggravated drug trafficking and later was released after posting bond. The other man was charged later.

On Jan. 10, Central Ohio Crime Stoppers included the two as their "Weekly Most Wanted" after they failed to appear for their schedule court dates.

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