PITTSBURGH - A mother and her teenage children were arrested Thursday morning following a raid at a home in the Elliott section of the city.
According to police, authorities went to a home on Sutherland Street to serve an arrest warrant.
While inside the home, authorities confiscated three guns, heroin, cocaine, marijuana and about $2,000 in cash, police said.
Pittsburgh Police Commander Scott Schubert told Channel 11 News that 50-year-old Sherlean Mock, 19-year-old Sierra Mock and 18-year-old Shardae Mock were arrested during the raid.
A 17-year-old male was also in the house at the time, police said. His name has not been released.
Sherlean Mock was charged with drug possession and trafficking, officials said.
Police said crime has been a family affair in the Mock household for years with more than 100 calls to 911.
“Just complete disregard for law enforcement and for what’s right,” said Commander Scott Schubert of Pittsburgh police.
A man who lives near the family said they have always been good neighbors.
“Miss Sherlean, she’s definitely a good person,” he said.
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