A drug raid in Fayetteville has resulted in five arrests and the discovery of a two-year-old in the smoke-filled home.
The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office says they're looking for a sixth suspect in yesterday's raid.
Social Services and the sheriff's office are investigating possible child abuse and endangerment charges.
The raid came after months of surveillance. Undercover agents say they were sold "crack" cocaine by the suspects and had observed other drug activity at the property.
Deputies say they confiscated a half-ounce of cocaine, eight guns, drug paraphernalia, scales, plastic baggies and surveillance cameras that were attached to the outside of the house. They also found pit bull dogs chained on the outside.
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