Have police found the dealers who sold the heroin believed to have killed Philip Seymour Hoffman? Four suspected dealers were busted in New York City after a tip-off last night, but it's not clear whether they were the actor's direct suppliers or part of a larger ring, police sources tell the New York Daily News. Around 350 bags of heroin were seized inside three apartments. Two men, ages 57 and 48, have been charged with felony drug possession, and a man and a woman, both 22, have been charged with misdemeanor drug possession, according to the New York Post.
Police raided the three apartments after a tip from a heroin user who uses the same dealer and claimed to have seen Hoffman in his apartment, a source tells TMZ. But none of the seized bags of heroin had "Ace of Hearts" or "Ace of Spades" stamps similar to those found in Hoffman's apartment after his death, sources say. Tests on the heroin found in the actor's home had no trace of fentanyl, a powerful narcotic sometimes used to cut the drug, a law enforcement official tells CNN. Heroin tainted with fentanyl killed at least 22 people in Maryland last month. (Read more Philip Seymour Hoffman stories.)