Police: 3-Year-Old Rescued From Drug House

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(By Matt Anderson)

CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH — A 3-year-old child is in the safe hands of Summit County authorities, after being rescued from a suspected drug house in Cuyahoga Falls on Saturday night.

Cuyahoga Falls Police Department confirms to FOX 8 News, while acting on an anonymous tip, they responded to a home along the 700 block of Hollywood Avenue for a welfare check of a child.

While on scene, officers say they discovered heroin and marijuana inside the home.  After a short investigation, three of the four adults who resided in the home were taken into custody.

Debra Kolonair, Jessica Kolonair, and Kevin Kolonair were charged with felony drug possession and misdemeanor possession of drug abuse instruments, possession of drug paraphernalia and child endangering.

A 3-year-old child, who was inside, was taken by Summit County Children Services.

Barbara Wilfred, who was visiting the home at the time, was charged with identity fraud, obstructing official business and taken into custody on two outstanding warrants.

All four suspects will be arraigned in the Stow Municipal Court later today.

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