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Drug raid suspects indicted

A pair of Ennis residents have been indicted on drug and child endangerment charges after police allegedly discovered children in a raid on a suspected drug house in July.
Therion Bluitt, 22, and Raymond Charles Smith, 45, have been formally charged by an Ellis County grand jury in the case, which began with an investigation into the sale of illicit drugs from a residence on Freeman Street near Carver Early Childhood Education Center that started in the spring.

Det. Sgt. Mike Hopson, Ennis Police Department public information officer, said the search of the home on Freeman Street had been in the works for about three months, during which time the neighbors and members of a nearby church had reported suspicious activity.

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