North Port Police put out sign saying alleged drug house is “closed for business”

North Port Police put out sign saying alleged drug house is “closed for business”
Officers raided a home on Waltrip Street, afterwards putting up this sign that reads, "This drug house closed for business, courtesy of the North Port Police Department." (Source: North Port Police)

NORTH PORT, Fla. (WWSB) - The North Port Police Department is putting drug dealers and buyers on notice.

Tuesday morning, officers raided a home on Waltrip Street, afterwards putting up this sign that reads, "This drug house closed for business, courtesy of the North Port Police Department."

Officers raided a home on Waltrip Street, afterwards putting up this sign that reads, "This drug house closed for business, courtesy of the North Port Police Department."
Officers raided a home on Waltrip Street, afterwards putting up this sign that reads, "This drug house closed for business, courtesy of the North Port Police Department." (Source: North Port Police)

Police say their raid resulted in two arrests involving meth, cocaine and violation of probation.

The department says this is a “sign” of things to come and encourages the community to provide tips about houses like this one.

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