KING COUNTY, Washington — Last week saw one of the largest drug seizures by the King County Sheriff’s Office due to a warrant executed around King County.
Operation P-22, known as Operation P-22, ended on December 21, when detectives from the District 4/Berien Police Department’s special emphasis team stole 25 pounds of powdered fentanyl, 31 pounds of heroin, 8 pounds of cocaine, and 400 pounds. of methamphetamine and 478,000 fentanyl pills seized. , 5 pistols and 3 rifles.
In addition to drugs and guns, four vehicles and $520,817 in cash were seized.
Twelve suspects were arrested and six were charged with drug charges.
In addition to being one of the largest drug seizures in a sheriff’s office, this was also the first drug detection operation of K-9 Quinn’s career.
“Our efforts to keep our communities free of illegal drugs and firearms do not end there. We will be back to prepare for the operation. Thank you for trusting us to make our community safer,” the sheriff’s office said in a tweet.
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