DEA Raid Two Locations in Cleveland



Various news outlets are reporting big moves on the part of the Drug Enforcement Agency this morning. At least six locations in Northeast Ohio have been raided, and it isn’t even lunchtime yet.

Newsnet5 says two houses in Elyria were hit, one in Lorain, and one in Ashtabula. Two Cleveland spots were also part of the sweep: one, a warehouse on West 41st Street, not far from Ohio City, and a house on Stickney Avenue, near Brooklyn. Here are map of the locations, so you can drive by and rubberneck as the feds haul out bushels of weed and other sundries:


And the house:



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