DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Dayton police found seven children living at a suspected drug house.
Neighbors say they have long worried about the children's safety.
"It's a shame. It is," said Patty Morrow, neighbor.
Morrow watched as Dayton Police raided her neighbors' house in the 700 block of Wyoming Street Tuesday night.
Police say Kevin McKee, 30, was selling crack cocaine out of the home.
They say tips from the community helped lead to his arrest.
"When we made entry, he came out of the bathroom. We believe he flushed any drugs he had down the toilet, unfortunately, but we still arrested him for some various drug charges and the house was placed in the nuisance abatement program," said Sgt. John Sullivan, Dayton Police Department.
Police say he was selling the drugs in front of his seven kids, ranging in age from 1 to 12.
"Drug activity in itself can be violent. People have come into these to rob drug dealers and end up shooting and killing people. So, you're exposing seven kids to violence."
Police say Montgomery County Children Services will be notified.
Morrow says she happy the children are safe. "That's what scared me. You know, cuz I liked the little kids. They know me. I know them."
She says some neighbors were scared to say anything but she's glad someone did. "There's always fights. There's always arguments. It needed to be done. This street is getting bad. I've lived here for 34 years."
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