Oro Valley Police and the Pima County Sheriff's Department collaborated to make multiple arrests Tuesday.
According to a press release from OVPD, officers served a warrant at Dylan Aleff's (pictured left) home after it was learned that he was allegedly selling heroin to kids. It was also learned that Alleff's girlfriend, Erika Wahab, had an active parole warrant out of the Arizona Department of Corrections.
Prior to the warrant being served, Aleff and Andrew Neal left the home and were pulled over by police. During the traffic stop, $1,800 was found along with 1.75 grams of methamphetamine.
Wahab was located by SWAT at Alleff's residence. Police found two handguns, a shotgun, 23 grams of methamphetamine, 102 oxycodone pills, 3.89 grams of heroin and 17 Xanax in the home.
Aleff was charged with multiple counts of weapons misconduct, possession of narcotics and dangerous drugs for sale.
Neal was charged with possession of dangerous drugs.