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Detectives Arrest Two Narcotics Distributors That Plagued Multiple Seattle Communities  

Seattle Police arrest two suspects involved in the distribution of narcotics in the University District, Ballard, Aurora corridor in Northgate, and Bitter Lake communities. 

For the last three months, SPD’s Narcotics detectives and agents with Homeland Security have been conducting investigations and surveillance of two suspects known for distributing fentanyl, methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroine throughout the city of Seattle, Snohomish County, and Skagit County. 

On Wednesday November 22nd starting at 5:00 a.m., SPD and HSI served warrants on the suspect’s residences, a storage locker, and vehicles associated with the suspects. The suspects were located at their respective residence and taken into custody.  

After completion of all the search warrants, the law enforcement agencies recovered the following: 

  • 4,162 grams of fentanyl pills (approximately 41,000 fentanyl pills) 
  • 2,261.9 grams of methamphetamine (5 pounds) 
  • 82.7 grams of cocaine (over half pound) 
  • 1,762.8 grams of powder fentanyl (3.9 pounds) 
  • $42,441 in US currency 
  • Rifle ammunition  
  • 1 Vehicle 

The 21-year-old male suspect was booked into Snohomish County Jail and the 26-year-old male suspect into King County Jail. Both were arrested for three counts of possession with intent to deliver cocaine, methamphetamine and fentanyl in powder and pill form.