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Two young boys are in the care of the Montgomery County Children Services after their mother took them with her and other family members to purchase heroin, according to a Dayton police report.

Officers stopped 25-year-old Ariel Davis in the 2000 block of Otterbein Avenue around 4 p.m. on Tuesday.

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During the traffic stop, officers located syringes and other drug paraphernalia in the vehicle.

Davis’ sons, ages 13-months and 4-years-old were in the back seat with other family members.

Medics were called to the scene to check the youngest child who had a nose bleed and blood on both hands.

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Davis is facing child endangering, permitting drug abuse and drug solicitation charges.

Before turning the children over to children services, police contacted relatives of Davis but they either had an open case with children services or were confirmed heroin addicts, according to the police report.

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