(HURON COUNTY) -- Two Elkton area residents were arrested Thursday afternoon after a lengthy investigation involving the trafficking and distribution of heroin in Huron County. According to Huron County Sheriff Kelly Hanson, deputies and Elkton Police confronted two suspects in the parking lot of Elkton's McKinley Street Apartments and shortly thereafter, located nearly five grams of heroin in the suspects' vehicle with a street value of nearly $5,000. Police also searched the couple's apartment and found a white powdery substance, scales, syringes and other drug paraphernalia. Police arrested 29-year-old Angela Palmer and 22-year-old Brad Labombard on multiple felony drugs charges. Palmer's bond was set at $10,000 while Labombard's bond was set at $7,500. Both remain lodged in the Huron County Jail. Police also contacted the Department of Human Services as two minor children at the scene were turned over to relatives. A second warrant was served at a home on Myrtle Drive in Oliver Township where police found drug paraphernalia, syringes and prescription pills. Future charges may result from that search and the Department of Human Services is also being contacted to investigate minor children at that location. A third search warrant for a vehicle turned up $33 in cash and packaging materials.