BISMARCK — Authorities made multiple arrests after probation searches in Mandan Thursday, Feb. 13, turned up more than 2 pounds of meth and 10 grams of heroin.

The drugs seized by North Dakota Parole and Probation officers and a Bismarck-area narcotics task force had a street value of about $90,000, according to the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

The Burleigh County Sheriff's Department said Gregory Dean Hendrix and Christopher George Anderson, both in their 40s, were in jail Friday night in connection to the drug seizures.

Hendrix and Anderson face a charge of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, a felony. Both had their bond set at $20,000. Hendrix also has a heroin-related possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver charge.

State corrections officials said multiple arrests were made in connection to the searches, though it was not clear Friday night who else may have been involved.

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The investigation has been turned over from the state department of corrections to local authorities, DOCR said in a statement on the searches.