Law enforcement authorities targeted a metro home Wednesday morning in a neighborhood southeast of 132nd and Dodge – the same location where a woman was later bitten by a dog.
Neighbors say the agents raided a home on the northwest corner of Heavenly Drive and Davenport.
There has been no official comment on the nature of that incident but Gilbert Navarro, 42, was booked after 2 p.m. Wednesday for cocaine possession. Christina Navarro, 42, was booked at 11 a.m. for possession of a controlled substance.
Federal agents, state and local law enforcement were on site.
In addition, we've found bankruptcy court documents that point to serious delinquencies involving Navarro Construction.
After authorities left the scene, a woman believed to be in her 70s was bitten by a dog at that location.
The Nebraska Humane Society said the call about the dog bite was made to 911 around 1 p.m. Rescues crews arrived on scene and found the victim with serious injuries.
The Humane Society’s Mark Langan said, “We've confiscated the dog, currently have it at the Nebraska Humane Society in our possession. The female was transported to the Creighton Medical Center with undetermined injuries. At this time, we are still conducting our investigation to try and determine exactly what happened."