The new Delaware County Sheriff’s Department police dog is continuing to rack up arrest credits.

Officials say Deputies, Investigators and K-9 Ozzie were assisted by the Chenango County Sheriff’s office and the New York State Police in arresting a Bloomville mother and daughter and a Syracuse man on felony drug charges.

Officials say a search of the home in the Town of Kortright hamlet of 46 year old Tammy Fairbairn November 14 turned up 130 bags of heroin, about $1,100 cash and public assistance benefits cards.

Fairbairn, 20 year old Nakota Lame of Bloomville and 26 year old Alamin McMillon of Syracuse are each charged with felony criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Authorities accuse the trio of having the drugs with the intent to sell and additional charges may be coming.

Fairbairn and Lame are being held on $20,000 dollars bail while McMillion was jailed on $30,000 dollars bail.