DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - SWAT raided a Dayton home only to realize the residents inside were not the suspects federal officials sought.
The team staged behind the Kroger store on South Smithville Road just before 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, then traveled one block north to the 1600 block of Gondert Avenue, where marked patrol cars barricaded the road to all traffic.
Three people, two males and a female, were brought out of a house in handcuffs, then later released.
The Ohio Organized Crime Task Force executed the search warrant. The investigation is being handled by the Ohio Attorney General's Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission. A spokesperson with the Ohio Attorney General's office said they cannot comment further because it is an active federal case.
No one was injured.
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