A Cleveland man is accused of selling heroin in Mentor on two different occasions.
David Johnson, 27, was arraigned on two charges of heroin trafficking and a count of possession of criminal tools Tuesday in Mentor Municipal Court.
The "criminal tools," in this case, refer to a cell phone, according to court documents.
Police saw Johnson selling heroin in the city on Nov. 7 and again Monday, Mentor Police Lt. Tom Powers said.
He was arrested after the second sale.
Judge John Trebets set Johnson's bond at $45,000, which was not posted.
Johnson's next preliminary hearing is scheduled for Nov. 19.