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Sheriffs Sgt. Ray Kelly said a makeshift bunk bed had been installed in the closet for the boy and there was debris and other items beneath it. He said the boys mother was one of the 20 people arrested in the raid . Her name has not been released yet. The boy was taken into protective custody. Sheriffs deputies recovered four handguns, including an assault pistol, cocaine and methamphetamine, cash and two stolen vehicles on Wednesday at the building in the 6600 block of Bancroft Avenue, Kelly said. Alameda County Sheriffs spokesman Sgt. Ray Kelly points out illegal wiring hooked into a utility box at a red-tagged building along the 6600 block of Bancroft Avenue in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017. They also found eight slot machines and an internet cafe setup used for gambling, he said. Twenty-eight people were originally detained at the 2,300-square-foot building, which had been subdivided into three sections, and 20 were eventually arrested. Kelly said some of those taken into custody have gang connections.
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