Jennifer Lopez, 20, and Windsor Coleman, 26, both of of...

Jennifer Lopez, 20, and Windsor Coleman, 26, both of of Massapequa, were arrested on April 1, 2016 on charges of criminal possession and sale of a controlled substance, as well as conspiracy, after an investigation into heroin sales in the Massapequa area, police said. Credit: NCPD

Two Massapequa residents were charged with the sale and possession of controlled substances on Friday, Nassau County police said.

Windsor Coleman, 26, and Jennifer Lopez, 20, were arrested following an investigation into heroin sales in the Massapequa area, police said.

The pair was arrested in their home on Monroe Avenue, where police said they found a “large quantity” of heroin, cocaine, marijuana and prescription pills, as well as “drug paraphernalia and packaging used in the sale of heroin.”

Coleman and Lopez were charged with multiple counts of criminal possession and sale of a controlled substance. Both were also charged with one count of conspiracy, according to police.

They were arraigned on Saturday at First District Court in Hempstead, police said.

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