Burien Narcotics Bust Nets Oxycodon, Ecstasy, Pot Worth Over $54,000

Print This Post  Email This Post

Click image to see larger version.

Detectives served a narcotics search warrant on a house in the 1000 block of SW 130 Street in Burien (map below) on Saturday, Nov. 17 around 9:45 p.m., resulting in a haul valued at more than $54,000.

Two men, both age 25-years old, were arrested.

According to Sgt. Cindi West of the King County Sheriff’s Office, once inside the house, detectives seized:

  • 6.83 pounds of Marijuana with an approximate street value of $10,000
  • 675 Oxycodon pills – approximate street value $20,000
  • 820 Ecstasy pills – $12,000 approximate street value
  • Over $12,000 in US currency
  • A hunting rifle

“This house is about 300 yards from a school,” West added.

View Larger Map

Print This Post  Email This Post


3 Responses to “Burien Narcotics Bust Nets Oxycodon, Ecstasy, Pot Worth Over $54,000”
  1. Ron Saganna says:

    They did something they knew was gonna get them in trouble and they got caught that’s good they won’t see daylight for awhile.

  2. Hotrodgal says:

    Looks like King County Housing Authority needs to do some housekeeping.
    Perhaps sweeping the building with dogs may help take out more trash.

    Kudos to the King County Sheriff’s Office and the detectives involved.

  3. pat says:

    Our local enforcement and investigation team is greatly appreciated.

Share Your Opinion

By participating in our online comment system, you are agreeing to abide by the terms of our comment policy.

...and oh, if you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!