The Franklin County Sheriff's Office said they have seized more than $750,000 worth of heroin in north Columbus.
According to the sheriff's office, they received information that narcotics originating from Mexico would be delivered to Franklin County via a drug courier.
On October 16, detectives identified the suspected courier and conducted a traffic stop.
During the stop, they discovered 4,500 grams of heroin, with the street value of $750,000.
Twenty-seven-year-old Elizabeth Betancourt was arrested and charged with possession of heroin.
Trafficking charges are also expected to be filed.