BEAVER FALLS, Pa. — Police in Beaver Falls were executing a search warrant Monday when they discovered a 2-year-old with access to fentanyl.
Police were at 72 Pleasantview Homes just before 9 Monday morning when they discovered the child in a residence they say was filled with drugs.
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During the raid, police seized $43,000 in cash, 2 ounces of fentanyl, 100 oxycodone tablets and ecstasy pills, 1 pound of marijuana and digital scales.
Dorian Warr, of Detroit, is charged with four counts of possession with intent to deliver and one and endangering the welfare of a child. Madison Hess of Beaver Falls is charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
Police said the child had “direct and open access to the fentanyl.”
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