Published September 24, 2012 in the Rutland Herald Pair arrested on heroin charges Staff Writer BELLOWS FALLS — A 25-year-old Bellows Falls man and a 24-year-old Springfield woman were arrested last week and charged with dispensing and possessing heroin. Jason L. Cray was arraigned Tuesday in Brattleboro criminal court and pleaded innocent to charges of selling heroin and dispensing a regulated drug. Also arrested Thursday night was Mikhaila Janiszyn, 24, of Springfield. Police pulled over Janiszyn’s car on West Street after it was observed weaving, according to court records. Windham County Deputy State’s Attorney Steven Brown said Janiszyn will be arraigned Tuesday on charges of possession of heroin and hydrocodone. Cray was released on conditions, including that he not possess regulated drugs without a prescription, Brown said. Brown said Cray is charged with dispensing the heroin to Janiszyn, who told police that she had paid Cray $400, had dropped him off at a residence on School Street in Bellows Falls, and then picked him up later and got the drugs. Police found heroin weighing a total of 3.15 grams in Janiszyn’s possession, Brown said. A baggie of heroin typically weighs 29 milligrams, he said. Cray has a previous drug conviction, Brown said, and was sentenced to 10 to 12 months in prison, but that sentence had been served. Both Cray and Janiszyn face felony drug charges.