Three suspected drug dealers are off the streets and police say they were selling several varieties of drugs, including horse tranquilizers, just feet from a high school.
It was a regional drug bust involving Camas and Vancouver police, and one of the busts happened at a home near the intersection of 152nd Court and Blairmont Drive in Vancouver.
The alleged drug house is right next to Mountain View High School and it's in a neighborhood with lots of children.
Police aren't saying where the second house is, but do say they've been watching the homes for about a month, gathering enough information to make the arrests.
During the raids Wednesday, Camas police say they found a long list of drugs including marijuana, heroin, mushrooms, suboxin, and ketamine, which can be used as a horse tranquilizer.
They arrested Scott Lockwood at the home on 152nd Court and Walt Orear and Patrick Tucker at the second home.
Neighbors say they often saw loud parties at the house and it was common having a constant stream of people coming in and out of there.
FOX 12 spoke with a mom who says she can't believe there were alleged drug dealers right next door.
"It's scary. They're 10 and 12, and that's young. I mean, I saw young people in their 20s over there, but it's crazy to be right next to a school and be dealing. I was shocked. I thought maybe pot, but after hearing the rest, yeah, it's pretty crazy," Monica Donohue said.
Detectives say that though the list of drugs was long, the amount found was not large.
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