Mill Creek woman arrested following search warrant that turns up suspected heroin, meth

MILL CREEK — A Mill Creek woman was arrested Thursday for investigation of possessing drugs after detectives and a Snohomish County SWAT team served a search warrant on her apartment.

Mill Creek police said they observed a drug transaction outside of the woman’s home in the 16100 block of the Bothell-Everett Highway on Oct. 18. A man allegedly told police he bought heroin from the woman, 25.

Police on Thursday found suspected heroin and methamphetamine in the woman’s bedroom and other rooms in her apartment, according to court papers. Also seized was equipment to make and package drugs, police said.

The woman allegedly told police she doesn’t sell drugs but allows people to deal from her home if they pay her.

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