CARRICK, Pa. - Police said a father and son were arrested after Carrick neighbors complained about a lot of people going in and out of their house in Carrick.
According to the criminal complaint, two confidential informants bought marijuana from Roman Campbell.
A gun was also found in the home, which added an additional charge of endangering the welfare of child.
Campbell's 2-year-old daughter was there when police served the search warrant, police said.
His father, Scott Ginley, who is a felon, is facing a firearms charge.
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