VANCOUVER, Wash. (KOIN) -- Multiple people are in custody after authorities raided an alleged drug house early Thursday morning in the Glenwood area of northeast Vancouver.
At about 5:30 a.m. The Clark-Vancouver Regional Drug Task Force and Southwest Washington Regional SWAT served a search warrant at the home, located at 6105 NE 124th Ave.
According to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, at least three people were detained including the homeowner, identified as William Jorgensen. Detectives were scouring the home for evidence Thursday morning.
"In addition to securing evidence in this case, we hope to bring some much needed relief to the residents of this neighborhood who have had to put up with this house for a long time," said task force commander Mike Cooke in a news release.
Exactly what evidence was seized from the home and what charges will be filed in the case were not immediately disclosed.
-- Brent Weisberg contributed information to this report.
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