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Massive Drug Bust in San Francisco Nets 4 Arrests in Tenderloin Area

Massive Drug Bust in San Francisco Nets 4 Arrests in Tenderloin Area

San Francisco, CA: As part of their ongoing investigation into drug sales in the Tenderloin, San Francisco police detained four individuals and confiscated over 44 pounds of illegal narcotics this week, according to an official statement.

San Francisco police announced on Friday that they had acquired search warrants for six individuals, three Hayward residences, one San Leandro residence, and several cars. Wednesday was the day of the raids.

Authorities reported finding 32 pounds of meth, a ghost gun, over 8,000 dollars in cash, and over 8 pounds of fentanyl during the searches.

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Officers detained 19-year-old Cristofer Raudales-Canaca, 26-year-old Misael Alfonso Raudales Canaca, 50-year-old Enis Angelica Cruz-Arteage, and 26-year-old Angelica Michell Velasquez-Cruz.

Several drug-related offenses led to their booking at the Alameda County jail, according to authorities.

Narcotics officers in the Tenderloin realized the suspects were distributing drugs to known traffickers, so they initiated a months-long investigation, which ended with the raids, according to the police.

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