A man in his 20s was detained when a SWAT team assisted Blue Ash police as they served a warrant at a home early Wednesday, police officials said.
Officers used a flash bang device as a diversion to quickly and safely enter the home on a drug activity warrant, a police spokesman said.
The man has a history for at least one robbery, and police wanted to get in and out before students living nearby needed to get on the school bus, he said.
No one was hurt.
Two female juveniles in the home at the time were taken to their mother's house, according to police.
The case remains under investigation.
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