Brownsville woman among drug suspects in Greene County |

Brownsville woman among drug suspects in Greene County

A Brownsville woman was among 12 people arrested Tuesday during a roundup of suspected drug dealers in Greene County.

Noelle Koci, 21, of 609 Third St. is charged with possession with intent to deliver heroin and possession of heroin by officers of the Greene County Drug Task Force and agents from the state Attorney General’s Office.

She was released on a $10,000 signature bond.

Koci was arrested as part of a nine-month investigation in Greene County. Assisting were state police in Waynesburg, Greene County District Attorney Marjorie Fox’s office, Cumberland Township police, Carmichaels police and Waynesburg police.

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