Seattle detectives dismantled a major drug trafficking ring on Thursday.
After a months-long investigation, the Narcotics Unit and Drug Enforcement Administration served warrants at two homes in Shoreline and Mountlake Terrace.
The drug bust resulted in three arrests and the seizure of narcotics, stolen weapons, and cash.
According to the Seattle Police Blotter, detectives recovered 3.8 kilos of heroin, 8.8 kilos of meth, 1.4 pounds of cocaine and approximately 69,000 oxycodone and fentanyl pills, as well as a stolen handgun, a stolen rifle, and a stolen ballistic vest and more than $113,000 in cash.
As the warrants were served, one suspect jumped from the second floor and a second suspect threw drugs out the window. Police apprehended and booked three suspects into King County Jail for weapons and narcotics violations.
The investigation into the drug trafficking ring continues. Detectives believe the ring supplied drug dealers in North Seattle and Shoreline.