SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Police in San Francisco recently arrested a suspected drug dealer at his Vallejo home with nearly a pound of crack cocaine, $10,000 in cash and a firearm, according to authorities.
The San Francisco Police Department investigation bureau’s Twitter account posted about the arrest last week, noting that the investigation into the suspected drug dealer’s activity led to a search warrant being served on April 2.READ MORE: Demonstration in Oakland to Protest Police Shootings Turns Violent
The post said the suspect was found with over 12 ounces of crack cocaine in addition to the cash and a firearm.
An investigation into a suspect who deals cocaine in the Tenderloin led SFPD Narcotics to serve a search warrant at his Vallejo, CA home today. 12+ ounces of crack cocaine, firearm, $10,000.00 cash seized. Dealer booked in Alameda Co on multiple firearm and drug dealing charges. pic.twitter.com/9GZO4hNp7wREAD MORE: Man Ripping Down Flyers Promoting AAPI Anti-Hate Rally Caught on Camera in Mountain View
— SFPD Investigations Bureau (@sfpdinvestigate) April 3, 2021
Police said the suspect was booked in Alameda County on multiple firearm and drug dealing charges.MORE NEWS: Armed Bike Thieves Targeting Cyclists in the East Bay Hills
Authorities did not identify the suspect.