SOUTH SAN GABRIEL >> Deputies arrested a man and seized two pounds of methamphetamine and heroin while carrying out a search warrant Wednesday morning in South San Gabriel, officials said.
The bust took place during the early-morning hours in a residential neighborhood in the 7800 block of La Merced Road in the unincorporated county area just outside of Rosemead, Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said.
Deputies from the Rosemead Special Assignment Team seized about two pounds of methamphetamine, as well as a significant amount of heroin, Capt. David Flores said. The suspect is accused of possession of both substances for sales.
The man was arrested without a struggle, Flores said. Detectives withheld his identity Wednesday afternoon as they continued following investigative leads.
Anyone with information can reach the sheriff’s Temple Station at 626-285-7171. Tips may also be submitted anonymously to L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.
Every Monday I seek-out commentary on and recaps of AMC’s “Breaking Bad” I’ve decided to post a few links here.
The cliff-hanger questions of the week?
Are the dead boy’s fingerprints on that jar Todd saved?
Will Walter White throw Todd to the wolves to keep the heat off the cook operation?
Where did the writers come up with Mike’s unusual last name?
WHittier PD, the DEA and the Orange County regional narcotics supression team served federal search warrants at three southland locations as part of an ongoing effort to bring down a viscous group of drug traffickers, officials said Thursday.
The group, known as the Jorge Cuveas-Mares DTO, was targeted by the Whittier PD, but hte investigation quickly became national in scope, a Whittier PD official said.
Warrants were also served in LA, San Francisco, Detroit, Indianapolis, Philly and Dodge City, Kansas.
The investigation ultimately resulted in the seizure of 300 kilos of coke, 160 pounds of meth and $3 million in cash.
Arrested were Jennifer and Nicolas Sendis of Whittier. They are in federal custody.
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