Biddeford police, along with city and federal officials, conducted an informal raid of a High Street address Tuesday where people had reported ongoing drug dealing.

Police went to 84 High St. to check on bail conditions and probation violations, and to investigate alleged drug trafficking.

Although no one was arrested or charged, city inspectors found building code and life safety code violations, according to a statement by police.

Inspectors found eight code violations, including disabled smoke detectors and stored items blocking escape routes. They also found that there was no heat in the third-floor unit, and found a water leak.

The landlord was alerted and the city’s code enforcement office will follow up, according to police.


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