Washington Police: Drugs Worth $1.5 Million Seized From A Vacant Seattle Apartment

When apartment staff in Washington discovered $1.5 million worth of drugs in an abandoned unit, they were shocked.

An eviction on an abandoned apartment unit was processed by apartment staff in Everett, Washington. On Wednesday evening.

In a press release, According to the Snohomish Regional Drug Task Force (SRDTF). The apartment manager entered the tenant’s apartment and discovered a “large quantity of drugs.” Staff immediately contacted the Everett Police Department.

After the police requested assistance, the Everett Police Department’s Anti-Crime Unit and the Snohomish Regional Drug Task Force collaborated.

Two thousand five hundred grams of pure fentanyl powder, 100,000 blue fentanyl pills, more than 21,000 grams of meth, 101 gallons of ethanol, and more than 3,000 grams of heroin were all found by authorities.

Snohomish Regional Drug Task Force officials determined that the number of drugs was “indisputable evidence of a high-level drug trafficking organization.”

SRDTF detectives have identified two persons of interest in this case in collaboration with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). The investigation is still going on.

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