Dayton SWAT was called to a home on Kenilworth Avenue near Grafton on Thursdsay, June 14, 2018. Staff Video by Jarod Thursh

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At least three people were booked into the Montgomery County Jail following a SWAT standoff Thursday morning.

Latrice Kirksey is being detained on suspicion of obstructing official business and Joseph Fluellen is being detained on suspicion of felony drug trafficking and felony drug possession.

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Larry Johnson remains detained on a probation violation.

Joseph Fluellen (L) Latrice Kirksey (C), and Larry Johnson (R) Contributed photos/Montgomery County Jail

UPDATE June 14 @ 10:37 a.m.: 

Five people were forced from a residence on Grafton Avenue by the Dayton SWAT team Thursday, resulting in four arrests.  

Sgt. John Sullivan of the Dayton Police drug enforcement unit reported that previous intelligence and research led authorities to this address.  

SWAT officers had to eventually deploy gas inside the house in order to get the occupants to exit. Sullivan reports the offenders will face various drug charges as well as obstruction charges. 

No one was hurt during the operation and authorities are still gathering inventory of the drugs and items that were inside the house. 

UPDATE @ 9:24 a.m.:

At least two people are in custody following a SWAT situation in the area of Kenilworth and Grafton avenues in Dayton this morning.

The two people were taken into custody around 9:15 a.m.

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We’re working to learn why police responded to the address.


Police activity has been reported in the area of Kenilworth and Grafton avenues in Dayton.

The incident was still an active scene around 8:45 a.m.

We’re working to learn more about the circumstances that prompted police to respond.

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