4 arrested on drug charges near school in Swissvale
Police arrested four people in a Swissvale home in the 7700 block of Lloyd Avenue after a search warrant yielded two handguns, nine bricks of heroin, crack, ecstasy, marijuana and $4,700 in cash.
The home is less than a quarter mile north of Woodland Hills Junior High School.
Jajuan Dudley, 20, and Dijuan Bray, 19, are charged with conspiracy, drug and firearm violations. Alphonso Francis and Aliyah Jenkins, both 18, face conspiracy and drug charges. All await arraignment at the Allegheny County Jail.
Police also collected several cell phones and packing material commonly associated with drug trafficking. Officials said the serial number on one gun had been filed off.
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