DAYTON — The family of the former owner of a house at the center of a Tuesday prostitute drug and prostitution bust dayton the occupants are there illegally. Finally, last year she had enough and decided to move her dad out and then attempted to sell the house. But as soon as he was gone, the break-ins started, over and over again for months, Singer said.
When Dayton police raided the house on Tuesday, they found evidence of suspected drugs and prostitution. Five people initially were detained, but only two were arrested.
Police did not identify the two men arrested. Both were booked on suspicion of drug charges and are due Wednesday in Dayton Municipal Court.
Sanchez also is accused of a misdemeanor theft. Kelly Hamilton said of what precipitated the search. Neighbors said the street had gotten much worse in the months since the Singers turned over ownership to the bank.
People illegally occupying properties in the area is not a new problem. Just a couple blocks over on North Horton Street, a man died after a fire burned a garage on Sept.
And nearby on George Street, a landlord said he did not know people were living in a house he owned when the squatters attempted to re-connect a gas line, causing a massive November prostitute. Someone got dropped off at the house and ran inside on Tuesday afternoon, and later a couple people were seen leaving the house with belongings and dogs.
The identities of the two arrested were not released and it was not immediately known what charges they might dayton.