State Police say three people are facing charges in connection with a heroin bust in Lebanon.

Troopers went to the Evergreen Lane home on Tuesday morning, after noticing a suspicious man out in front, and based on reports that a resident of the home was trafficking in heroin. When they pulled up, the man ran into the woods, where he was caught by police after a short chase. 24-year-old Cory Shaheen of Lebanon is charged with criminal trespass and refusing to submit to arrest/detention. Shaheen had previously been issued a no trespass order, stating that he couldn't be on the property.

After taking Shaheen into custody, the troopers returned to the home and conducted a bail check on Tianna Fermino, 21, of Lebanon. She was found in possession of heroin and hundreds of small plastic baggies, commonly used in the sale of illegal narcotics. Police say she also had several scales in the room and was arrested for trafficking in heroin and violation of condition of release.

A third person, 26-year-old Devin Goodale of Sanford, was found in the home and arrested for violation of condition of release and on a probation violation. Goodale was on house arrest and wasn't supposed to be away from his Sanford residence.

All three suspects were taken to the York County Jail, where Fermino's bail was set at $300, Shaheen's bail was set at $100, and Goodale was held on his probation violation.