Multple people were arrested and a house was condemned after members of the Radnor Township Police Department executed a search warrant in a home in the 100 block of Garrett Avenue in Garrett Hill at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 28.
Lt. Christopher Flanagan told Radnor Patch that he could not disclose the search warrant that brought them to the house, which is located behind another home on the street and is not visible from the road, but he said that they were looking for "various items that are illegal contraband."
Four people were arrested, and police are continuing the investigation.
Two of those arrests were relatively minor: one for an outstanding warrant issued by Philadelphia and another for possession of a small amount of marajuana, a misdemeanor.
While police were in the building, they contacted Radnor's codes officials, who inspected the property and condemned it, essentially deeming it unsafe to live in. Radnor Patch has asked for the details of the condemnation and is awaiting that information.