Police in North Carolina say they found cocaine and guns when they raided a home day care in Durham.
Officers say they found 301 grams of cocaine and two guns when they raided the home Tuesday morning. The operator and a man were
A 2-year-old and a 13-month-old child were in the day care.
The owner, 25-year-old Agostina Mabel Pomiro, is charged with cocaine trafficking, drug possession, possessing drugs at a day care center, child abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police say Pomiro is the mother of one of the children.
Victor Antonio Garcia is charged with cocaine trafficking, selling drugs to police, possession with intent to sell drugs and possession drugs at a day care center.
Both were being held at the Durham County jail. It was unclear if they had attorneys.
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