BROOKLYN, Ohio — Late last month, Cleveland Police's Second District Vice Unit executed a search warrant in Brooklyn, Ohio, that resulted in the seizure of more than $2 million worth of narcotics.
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According to a release, the search warrant was executed in late February following a months-long investigation. During the drug bust, police seized $9,500 in cash, 64 pounds of narcotics (crystal meth, fentanyl, heroin, and cocaine) and 3 firearms (a rifle, a shotgun, and a handgun).
Altogether, the narcotics seized possessed an estimated street value of more than $2 million.
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