- Associated Press - Friday, March 11, 2016

PITTSBURGH (AP) - A multi-agency drug raid centered on heroin trafficking has targeted a Pittsburgh daycare and two nearby homes.

Pennsylvania State Trooper Robin Mungo spoke for the agencies, saying nobody was arrested in the Friday morning raid. She says the searches are resulted from an investigation by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, the state police, Pittsburgh police, and officers from five suburbs.

One of the addresses searched houses Aunt Terry’s Daycare. A woman who answered the phone identified herself as “Miss Terry” but declined to comment on the raid saying only, “I’m fine.”

Mungo says those who live in the homes are related and that the search warrants stemmed from an investigation that’s been ongoing for several months.

Heroin, drug paraphernalia and at least two laptop computers were seized in the raid.



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