LAPD seize $1M worth of crystal meth
Police arrested two drug traffickers transporting more than 100 pounds of crystal meth worth $1 million
Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES — Police seized more than 100 pounds of crystal meth worth $1 million in South Los Angeles over the weekend, authorities said.
Two people were arrested Sunday in the case, and officers recovered a loaded gun, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Capt. Lee Sands of the LAPD’s Southwest Division posted a tweet that included a photograph of the drugs, which appear to be wrapped in several dozen plastic bags, on a long table.
Sands said narcotics officers “surprised drug traffickers when they interrupted the transportation” of the drugs.
Southwest narcotics officers surprised drug traffickers when they interrupted the transportation of over 100lbs of Crystal Meth with a street value of approximately $1Million dollars, earmarked for our streets. Two suspects arrested and a loaded firearm was recovered.@LAPDHQ pic.twitter.com/Q3GORkNs7l— Captain Lee Sands (@LAPDCaptainLS) March 4, 2019
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