Police: Drug-related search warrant yields 2 arrests


UPDATE @ 11:36 a.m. (Feb. 15)

Dayton police jailed two people in this drug raid. 

Dahlia Williams, 25, and Trayvian Lebryan Agnew, 29, are in Montgomery County Jail on trafficking in drugs and possession of drugs. 

Dayton police removed over 100 grams of drugs, money, handguns, and drug paraphernalia, according to the police report.

UPDATE @ 11:15 a.m. (Feb. 14)

Two children found inside a home police searched during a drug investigation have been removed from the home and are with family, according to police. 

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Police conducted an undercover investigation after receiving complaints from neighbors, Dayton police Sgt. John Sullivan said. The investigation led to the search warrant that was executed Wednesday in the 500 block of Harriet Street. 

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Investigators recovered heroin, cocaine, drug-manufacturing equipment, and a handgun, Sullivan said. 

Two children in the home were removed from the scene and are with family. 

Two adults were arrested and will face drug charges, with more charges possible, Sullivan said. The identities of the adults were not immediately available. 

FIRST REPORT

Two people have been arrested during a search warrant at a house in the 500 block Harriet Street in Dayton Wednesday, according to police. 

The search is part of a drug investigation, police told our crew on the scene. Police did not indicate what was found at the house and additional details were not available.

We’ll update this page as we learn more. 


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