Raid Yields $1 Million Worth Of Cocaine
The AP via YellowBrix
December 23, 2009
RICHMOND, Calif. — Three brothers and two other men face charges after authorities say they seized more than $1 million worth of cocaine in the east San Francisco Bay city of Richmond.
Richmond Police Sgt. Bisa French announced Tuesday that after a yearlong investigation, federal agents and local police arrested Francisco, Jose and Casimiro Cruz on suspicion of drug trafficking charges last week.
Authorities also arrested Jaun Alcazar of Oakland and Edwin Garcia of Los Angeles
During the arrests, French says agents and officers seized more than 20 pounds of cocaine hidden in a car parked in a Richmond neighborhood.
French says all five suspects are being held on a no-bail warrant. It was not known if the suspects had retained attorneys.
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