The drug game isn't typically what comes to mind when you think of family businesses, though it probably should. Yesterday morning, police in Pittsburgh arrested a 73-year-old man and his 20-year-old grandson after bricks of heroin, drug packaging and weapons were found at their residence.

The raid was the result of a three-month investigation. Police discovered 24 bricks of heroin worth $12,000 and an ounce of coke worth $1,000. In addition, they also reportedly found $4,220 in cash, two pistols and a 30-round magazine. Albert Martin and Troy Martin will both face drug trafficking charges, and Troy Martin will face weapons charges as well.

[via The Huffington Post]