Three Somerset County residents were charged with a variety of drug offenses Friday after the search of a Palmyra home resulted in what Sheriff Dale Lancaster called one of the largest heroin seizures in the county in recent years.

Lancaster said the amount of heroin seized from the residence had a street value of up to $84,000.

Melissa Collamore, 49, and Eric Hamilton, 45, both of Palmyra, were charged with aggravated trafficking in a schedule W drug (Class A, heroin), trafficking in a schedule W drug (Class B, heroin) and possession of a schedule W drug (Class D, heroin) after the residence at 81 Ell Hill Road was searched by Somerset County deputies.

Kevin Cookson, 56, of Newport, was charged with the same offenses.

Collamore was also arrested on a warrant charging felony negotiating a worthless instrument, Class C, out of Waldo County, according to a news release from Lancaster.

The sheriff’s department executed the search warrant at 8:20 a.m. Friday after an investigation led the department to believe Collamore and Hamilton were selling heroin from their home, Lancaster said.