Seattle , WA (Market News)
Police seize stolen guns, fentanyl, heroin and meth from trafficking ring
The Seattle Police Department Narcotics detectives have seized a large number guns, fentanyl, heroin and meth from trafficking ring believed to be supplying dealers in North Seattle and Shoreline.
After a month long investigation, on Thursday members of the Narcotics Unit, North Precinct Anti-Crime Team and the Drug Enforcement Administration arrested three people at two homes a home in Shoreline and Mountlake Terrace after serving them warrants. The arrests led to the recovery of 3.86 kilos of Heroin, 8.82 kilos of Methamphetamine, 1.42 pounds of Cocaine and approximately 69,000 oxycodone and fentanyl pills, as well as a stolen handgun, a stolen rifle, and a stolen ballistic vest and over $113,000 in cash. According to a statement released by the Seattle Police Department.
ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE
While police was trying to serve them warrants, one suspect unsuccessfully attempted to escape from police by jumping off a second-story balcony. Another man in the home tossed three one-pound packages of methamphetamine out a window as officers began searching the home.