A Madison man was bound over for trial on felony heroin charges for an arrest on July 27 on the north side of Madison, according to a Department of Justice release.

Dominic Lombardo, of Madison, waived his right to a preliminary hearing, according to the release. He is charged with possession of heroin as party to a crime.

Two co-defendants, Ryan Spence and Bryan Brooks, previously waived their preliminary hearings and were bound over for trial, officials said.

Lombardo, Brooks and Spence talked about buying heroin earlier in the day July 27, according to the criminal complaint. Lombardo allegedly drove Spence to the north side to buy heroin, Brooks joined them, and they took heroin in the vehicle.

Police made contact with the three men and found a small amount of heroin, used syringes containing suspected heroin and various drug paraphernalia associated with the use of heroin, according to the criminal complaint.

All three men gave statements to police implicating themselves in the drug activity, according to the complaint.

Possession of heroin is a class one felony punishable by a fine of not more than $10,000, imprisonment for not more than three years and six months, or both, according to the release.

A future court date for Lombardo’s case has not yet been set.