Antioch Police Send Pair of Drug Dealers to Martinez Detention Facility

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The Antioch Police Department announced a pair of arrests that occurred Tuesday where suspected drug dealers were taken off the street.

Photo by Antioch Police

According to police, a K9 unit was on patrol when they assisted on a traffic stop and was able to help pinpoint and locate approximately 2-lbs of suspected methamphetamine hidden in the vehicle.  Police credited k9 Kona and her partner officer Smith with the assist.

During a graveyard shift, officers responded to Rockwall Way where a narcotics transaction went bad. Officers located a male subject involved in the transaction and was found to be in possession of cocaine, an ounce of suspected methamphetamine, over 1/2-lb of marijuana as well as a loaded firearm.

Both suspects, who who were not identified,  were sent to the Martinez Detention Facility facing several felony charges.


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  1. In the 1970’s and 1980’s, Bayer had large quantities of drugs contaminated with HIV and Hep C that they couldn’t sell in the USA. What’d they do? Sold it in Latin America and Asia for a profit. Did anyone serve jail time like these dealers? Nope.

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