Police confiscate drugs, firearms, cash from Oklahoma City and Edmond homes
Oklahoma City police received a tip that drugs were being stored at two houses; one in northwest Oklahoma City and one in Edmond. Police confiscated 100 pounds of hydroponic marijuana, two pounds of illegal mushrooms, firearms, and $50,000 in cash.
Authorities confiscated illegal drugs, firearms and cash Tuesday night from two homes, one in Oklahoma City and one in Edmond, Oklahoma City police said.
Police received a tip that two houses were storing drugs — 4260 NW 156 in Oklahoma City and 309 Brighton Drive in Edmond. The FBI and Edmond police assisted Oklahoma City police with the warrant searches Tuesday night, Master Sgt. Gary Knight said.
Police confiscated 100 pounds of hydroponic marijuana, two pounds of illegal mushrooms, firearms and $50,000 in cash from both houses, Knight said. The value of the drugs was estimated at $700,000.
Police arrested six people. They were taken to the Oklahoma County jail.
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