Bags of pot, rolls of cash pulled from Dayton house

Ronald and Kristina Hudgels charged with drug trafficking and possession in Montgomery County. (Photo/Montgomery County Jail)
Ronald and Kristina Hudgels charged with drug trafficking and possession in Montgomery County. (Photo/Montgomery County Jail)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Neighbors’ complaints lead Dayton police to a suspected drug house.

Officers ended up arresting three people at 432 Boltin Street.

Police say they found several gallon bags of marijuana, rolls of money that added up to about $2,000 and prescription pills inside the home.

Kristina Hudgel, 25, and Ronald Hudgel, Jr., 41, were arrested for drug trafficking and drug possession.

Donald Prather, 33, was arrested for having drug paraphernalia.

Donald Prather charged with having drug paraphernalia in Montgomery County.  (Photo/Montgomery County Jail)
Donald Prather charged with having drug paraphernalia in Montgomery County. (Photo/Montgomery County Jail)

Officer told the homeowners they were there after getting reports of drug use and sales in the home.

A police report says the Hudgels gave them permission to enter the home and search it.

All three were hauled off to the Montgomery County Jail.

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