Drug house to be boarded up

This home on Warren's southeast side was raided early Thursday.
This home on Warren's southeast side was raided early Thursday.

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A suspected drug house on Warren’s southwest side will be boarded up for at least a year.

A hearing was held Monday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court with the homeowner, Annie Foster and city officials.

The house at the corner of Wick Avenue and Rogers Avenue was the target of a drug raid two weeks ago.

Foster and city officials agreed to a permanent abatement, with Foster agreeing to keep the grass cut and take care of the outside of the home while the abatement is in effect.

Foster’s son, Carl Foster, 57, and Antonio Stubbs, 27, face drug charges from the June 5 raid where police found heroin and handguns inside the house.

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