An investigator searches a vehicle at 122 Pierce Avenue in Endwell. [Bob Joseph/WNBF News][/caption]

Four men and three women face felony charges following a series of early-morning drug raids in Binghamton, Endicott and the Town of Union.

Authorities say there were no injuries in the coordinated actions which occurred at 6 a.m. Thursday.

Broome County Sheriff David Harder spoke about the drug arrests on July 28, 2016. [Bob Joseph/WNBF News][/caption]

Broome County Sheriff David Harder said about 2,700 bags of heroin with an estimated street value of $40,000 were seized. He said more than $38,000 in cash and three vehicles also were confiscated.

Harder said no weapons were seized in the raids.

Investigators said the ring was responsible for more than $100,000 in heroin sales over a period of 76 days.

More than 100 law enforcement officers were involved in this morning's raids.

Police say those arrested were: 37-year-old Terrance Wise of Pierce Avenue, Endwell, accused of operating as a major trafficker; 25-year-old Jamie Krmenec of Prescott Avenue, Town of Union, accused of operating as a major trafficker; 30-year-old Anthony Guccia of Prescott Avenue, Town of Union, charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance; 35-year-old David Mikulski of Glenwood Avenue, Binghamton, accused of operating as a major trafficker; 32-year-old Christopher Clerveau of Crescent Drive, Kirkwood, charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance in or near school grounds; 26-year-old Karen Sadonis of Squires Avenue, Endicott, charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance; and 24-year-old Cassandra Bennett of Ethel Street, Johnson City, charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance.

The seven suspects were being held at Broome County Jail.

Local law enforcement and elected officials announced the arrests Thursday afternoon at the Broome County Sheriff's Office.

Thousands of dollars in cash and 2,700 bags of heroin were seized in the raids. [Bob Joseph/WNBF News][/caption]For breaking news and updates on developing stories, follow @BinghamtonNow on Twitter.