Six suspects arrested in drug raid in Arlington

ARLINGTON — Police raided a suspected drug-house in Arlington on Friday, leading to six arrests.

Officers arrived to serve a search warrant just after 1 p.m. in the 500 block of N. McLeod Ave., city spokeswoman Kristin Banfield said. Arlington police were joined by the county’s drug task force and violent-offender task force.

The arrests were related to selling and possessing heroin, Banfield said.

The house and the people who live there had been under surveillance for some time, she said. Police began investigating after city officials received an unusual number of complaints about suspected drug activity at the property.

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