A Southington woman is being accused of selling drugs at an elderly housing complex, police said.
Barbara Nolan, 53, faces charges for three counts of controlled substances sales and one count of narcotic sales, according to Southington Police.
In November, Nolan was allegedly selling drugs at a housing complex with a general population of residents over the age of 62 years old and individuals with documented disabilities, according to police.
Residents expressed concerns about suspicious activity happening at Nolan's apartment during a Community Policing meeting.
Based on information stemming from the meeting, police were able to execute three controlled purchases of prescription pills from Nolan.
Nolan was held on a $225,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Bristol Court on Feb. 26.
It was not immediately clear if she had an attorney.