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Child rescued from suspected drug house

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Debra Kolonair (Source: Cuyahoga Falls Police) Debra Kolonair (Source: Cuyahoga Falls Police)
Jessica Kolonair (Source: Cuyahoga Falls Police) Jessica Kolonair (Source: Cuyahoga Falls Police)
Kevin Kolonair (Source: Cuyahoga Falls Police) Kevin Kolonair (Source: Cuyahoga Falls Police)
CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH (WOIO) -

Police in Cuyahoga Falls rescued a three-year-old child from a suspected drug house in the city over the weekend.

Police stormed the house in the 700 block of Hollywood Avenue after receiving a tip to check on the welfare of the child. Once inside, officials found several suspects, heroin and marijuana.

Three of the four adults who live in the home - Debra Kolonair, 50, Jessica Kolonair, 25, and Kevin Kolonair, 28 - were charged with felony drug possession and misdemeanor possession of drug abuse instruments, possession of drug paraphernalia and child endangering.

Barbara Wilfred, 31, was charged with identity fraud, obstructing official business and was also taken in due to two outstanding warrants.

Officers uncovered further drug-related evidence after obtaining a search warrant.

The 3-year-old child was placed in the custody of Summit County Children Services.

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