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LAPD Bust 21 Pounds of Meth, Officials conducting Missions Regularly

LAPD Bust 21 Pounds of Meth, Officials conducting Missions Regularly

After an enormous drug bust that resulted in the removal of over 21 pounds of methamphetamine from the streets, the streets of Los Angeles are a little cleaner and much safer.

The Gang and Narcotics Division posted on X (Formerly Twitter) that the committed officers, who put in long hours working with the perceptive K9 “Keisa,” have won the ongoing war against drugs in the city.

The Los Angeles Police Department is actively carrying out missions that aim to stop human trafficking and drug use. No official press release is held so far and further details of the drug-bust mission are not available. The details such as any arrest regarding the drugs and the area of the drug bust remain elusive.

The incidence of drug overdose of methamphetamine and fentanyl is rising day by day. The incidents are particularly alarming as many of the reports come from school. If you happens to encounter a drug deal in your area or any other area, contact the cops immediately and report the issue.

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