GEORGETOWN — Georgetown police arrested three people Friday after after they found heroin and rooms full of stolen property while they executed a search warrant.

The items are believed to be connected to burglaries and robberies in at least three communities.

Police arrested Nathan Caron, 22, Sheryl Savage, 63, and Kristine Lynch, 30, all of 6 Dummer Ave. All three were arraigned on Monday in Haverhill District Court.

Caron, the primary target of the investigation, was charged as a repeat offender. He also has open court cases out of Haverhill and Georgetown.

The investigation into alleged heroin dealing led police to seek a search warrant for the home shared by Caron and Savage, on Dummer Avenue in Georgetown.

Lynch also lives at the home and is an acquaintance to Savage's son, police said. The son was not present, nor was he arrested or charged with a crime.

During the search, detectives observed, in plain view, jewelry, power tools, electronics, and tool cases, some of which displayed the names of contractors or Georgetown residents who are known to be victims of recent thefts or break-ins.

This led police to seek a second search warrant to authorize the seizure of the property. After receiving the second warrant, police located more property throughout the house, in several rooms.

The investigation is still ongoing, but Georgetown Detectives have so far linked the property to thefts and break-ins in Georgetown, Topsfield and Newbury. 

Caron was charged with possession of a Class A substance (heroin) with intent to distribute and conspiracy to violate the drug laws. Savage, who owns the home, was charged with knowingly being present where heroin is kept and conspiracy to violate the drug laws.

Lynch was charged with knowingly being present where heroin is kept.

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