Authorities are armed with 35 arrest warrants after a four-month-long undercover drug operation in Portage County.
The Portage County Drug Task Force led the undercover drug sweeps where authorities purchased heroin, meth, prescription drugs and marijuana to target those involved in drug trafficking.
The 35 arrest warrants include charges of more than 90 violations of State Narcotic Laws and other related charges.
Last week, task force agents arrested seven people Authorities have already made seven arrests for heroin related violations in Streetsboro and Ravenna.
On Tuesday, agents arrested Paul Quesenbery, 23, David Adkins, 38, Jerome Latimer, 26, and DeAngelo Frost, 23, all of Ravenna, for trafficking in heroin.
The Streetsboro Police Department also assisted with intercepting a vehicle that was transporting heroin from Cleveland to the Kent area.
Lowell Jerome Warr, 23, and Dustin Blake Whiles, 26, both of Kent were charged with trafficking in heroin. Amanda M. Hiner, 25, of Akron was charged with possession of heroin and tampering with evidence.
Assisting in the drug sweep were officers from the Summit County Sheriff's Office, Aurora, Garrettsville, Kent, Ravenna, Streetsboro, and Windham police departments, Ohio Bureau of Identification and Investigation, United States Drug Enforcement Administration, Homeland Security and the Portage County Prosecutor's Office.