Burien Police Officers and Detectives made a traffic stop on Thursday afternoon, Aug. 31, 2023, that resulted in a big drug bust.

With the help of their 4-legged K9 friend Quinn, police discovered the driver was in possession of 61,000 fentanyl tablets, 2.2 pounds of cocaine, 25 grams of heroin and a bulletproof vest.

The driver was booked into King County Jail for distribution of narcotics in our community.

Below are photos from the bust, courtesy Burien Police:

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3 replies on “Traffic stop leads to big drug bust by Burien Police Officers, who recover 61,000 fentanyl tablets, cocaine, heroin & bulletproof vest”

  1. This is great to see. At least they won’t be killing anyone with this stash. Congrats to Quinn for doing a great job. The Officers deserve a high five. So good to read they didn’t have to use any weapons. Keep up the good work.


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