This week, Burien Police / King County Sheriff’s Office detectives concluded a two-month long investigation into the distribution of narcotics in Burien, White Center and other south King County communities with a series of coordinated search warrants.

The warrants resulted in the seizure of:

  • 35,000 blue M-30 fentanyl pills
  • 30,000 rainbow M-30 fentanyl pills
  • 10.54 pounds of cocaine
  • 17.61 pounds of heroin
  • 1.13 pounds of methamphetamine
  • $34,402 cash
  • 3 vehicles

Photos courtesy Burien Police Department

“Thank you to our partner agencies for their assistance with this investigation and the arrest of the three individuals responsible for running this distribution network,” police said. “Tonight, they are all in King County Jail for their crimes!”

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3 replies on “Burien Police seize 65,000 fentanyl pills, cocaine, heroin, meth, cash & more in big drug bust”

  1. Always happy to hear of these arrests! Thank you for getting this stuff off the streets! Another reason to back our heros in uniform!!

  2. It would be nice to know the area that this happened. There was a big raid in the neighborhood house last Wednesday and it would be nice to know if this was the same place or somewhere else.

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