Police arrests Dallas woman in drug raid with children

Latoria Fridia/Dallas County Jail

Police raided a South Dallas drug house on Thursday where they found drugs, guns and two small children, ages 1-year-old and 2 months old.

Latoria Lacole Fridia, 18, was arrested during the drug bust on the 2600 block of Hooper Street near Bexar Street.

Police smelled marijuana and an overwhelming scent of PCP coming from inside the house.

According to the police report, the officers ordered the residents to open the door and a man, who answered the door, managed to run away from the scene, but the police saw another man inside and determined they had additional “exigent circumstances to go inside without a warrant, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Upon entering the residence, the officer found a 1-year-old child with a bloodied nose and found a 2-month-old child in the bed with Fridia.

In the residence, officer found several bags containing what police believed to be ecstasy, an assault rifle, shotgun and handgun, 27 vials believed to be PCP, extra baggies to contain the drugs and a plate believed to contain cocaine and a razor blade.  Also, the officers found no sign of food in the home.

“The house was very dirty with clothing and other trash on all of the floors,” according to the report.

Police arrested Fridia on two counts of child endangerment. She is being held in the Dallas County Jail with a bail set at $3,000.

Child Protective Service took the children into custody.

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4 comments

  1. Ray

    Some people dont have the gift of children and adoption in many western countries is non existent, so sorry for children in these cases

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