Photo: seized guns, cash
Originally published as a Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post –
“During last several months, Central Division deputies received information regarding an illegal marijuana sales event that was occurring regularly in a warehouse on the 3500 block of 42nd Avenue in South Sacramento.
In addition to being in close proximity to a school and a public park, the location of suspected illegal activity has a history of armed subjects fleeing from patrol, traffic/parking issues and numerous calls for service. Patrol deputies and Gang Suppression Unit (GSU) detectives worked together to establish surveillance of the area and finalize probable cause for a search warrant into the warehouse.
On March 24, 2022, deputies, GSU detectives, South Sacramento Parole Gang Unit and Central Division POP Unit served a search warrant at the location, with assistance of Special Enforcement Detail (SED).
The search resulted in the seizure of six firearms, $27,000 in currency, 300 pounds of processed marijuana worth $500,000, 10 pounds of mushrooms worth $25,000, 15 pounds of cannabis wax worth $130,000, and approximately 25 pounds of edibles worth $25,000. Detectives are continuing their investigation into the criminal operation.”