By CBSNewYork Team

BAY SHORE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Police say they found drugs and guns at a Long Island home that also serves as a day care during a bust Saturday morning.

Suffolk County Police conducted a narcotics investigation into Channel Daycare in Bay Shore after receiving information from the community and discovered narcotics were being dealt out of the home.

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They executed a search warrant around 5:30 a.m. at the residence on Delaware Avenue.

Inside, detectives found two loaded handguns with extended magazines, ammunition, cocaine, fentanyl, packaging materials police say are consistent with narcotic drug sales and more than $173,000.

The day care owner, 50-year-old Magodeiry Landron, and her son, 34-year-old Rafael Landron, were both arrested and are facing drug and weapons charges, in addition to child endangerment charges.

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Police say a child who is related to Magodeiry and Rafael Landron was in the house at the time the warrant was executed. The child was released into the custody of a family member.

Detectives also searched the Brentwood home of Magodeiry Landron’s other son, 29-year-old Anthony Dominguez.

Inside the Arbell Drive residence, they found a Glock with two extended magazines, ammunition and $66,000. Two children who live at the house were released into the custody of family members.

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Dominguez and his girlfriend, 30-year-old Crystal Rivera, were both arrested and are facing weapons and child endangerment charges.

CBSNewYork Team