Georgia Police And DEA Seize 855 Pounds Of Crystal Meth From Storage Unit

Georgia law enforcement authorities have made a significant seizure of methamphetamine, confiscating hundreds of pounds of the illicit substance from a storage unit.

On Tuesday, the Clayton County Police Department, in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Administration, announced the successful recovery of a staggering 855 pounds of crystal meth. This significant seizure took place on Monday, showcasing the dedication and effectiveness of law enforcement efforts in combating drug trafficking.

Authorities have discovered drugs in a storage unit situated at a storage facility on Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross, Georgia. Further details regarding the seizure have not been provided.

Authorities estimated that the drugs had a street value of $1.5 million.

The authorities have released a photo showcasing officers and DEA agents standing behind the drugs, which were primarily stored in plastic food storage containers with colored lids.


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