For the third time this year, a city man has been arrested on felony drug charges.
Donte Boddie (pictured), 31, of 153 Miami Avenue, was arrested Wednesday afternoon around 1:30.
The Logan County Joint Drug Task Force was investigating drug activity at the eastside apartment complex.
Boddie, who was located outside the apartment, was in possession of a large amount of heroin along with crack cocaine and Suboxan.
The heroin was packaged for sale with a portion placed into separate capsules.
Boddie was charged with possession of heroin, trafficking heroin, and possession of crack cocaine.
Authorities also recovered $350 in cash and Boddie's cell phone.
Additional charges have been forwarded to the Logan County Prosecutor's Office for review.
On January 18th, the Logan County Joint Drug Task Force arrested Boddie in the Marathon gas station parking lot, 209 South Orchard Island Road, Russells Point. He was charged with trafficking in heroin and possession of heroin.
Authorities recovered cash and heroin.
On March 20th, Boddie and Kareem Williams, 24, of Bellefontaine, were arrested on felony drug charges following a traffic stop near Indian Lake.
The Logan County Joint Drug Task Force made a traffic stop east of Russells Point on State Route 366 near County Road 99.
Boddie was charged with possession of drugs and complicity to trafficking.
Williams was charged with trafficking in heroin. He also had warrants from Auglaize, Hardin, and Madison counties.