Crime Suppression Operation Nets Firearms and Narcotics in San Bernardino County

Crime Suppression Operation Nets Firearms and Narcotics in San Bernardino County
Originally Published By San Bernardino County Sheriff

“DATE: April 1, 2023, through May 12, 2023

INCIDENT: Targeted Crime Suppression-Operation Consequences

LOCATION(S): 1700 Block of West 7th Street, San Bernardino
2300 Block of Portola Street, San Bernardino
2300 Block of North Street, San Bernardino
26600 Block of Highland Avenue, San Bernardino
200 Block of East N Street, San Bernardino
3000 Block of Waterman Avenue, San Bernardino
12600 Block of California Street, Yucaipa
3600 Block of E Highland Avenue, Highland
4200 Block of Highland Avenue, Highland
15900 Block of Serrano Avenue, Apple Valley
200 Block of Winchester Drive, Rialto
15800 Block of Mojave Drive, Victorville
15300 Block of Seventh Street, Victorville
14900 Block of Seneca Road, Victorville
15500 Block of 7th Street, Victorville

SUMMARY: Between April 1, 2023, and May 12, 2023, investigators from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department – Gangs/Narcotics Division, along with deputies from patrol stations, served 22 search warrants and contacted suspects at various locations in San Bernardino, and Yucaipa, Highland, Apple Valley, Rialto, and Victorville.

During the service of search warrants and additional contacts, investigators seized 28 firearms, eight of which were ghost guns, and nearly three and one-half pounds of narcotics, to include fentanyl and methamphetamine. Investigators made 40 felony arrests.

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors authorized funds to assist with county-wide crime suppression. The intent is to provide additional funding to the Sheriff’s Department, allowing for increased law enforcement services related to quality-of-life issues affecting the communities in our county.

Operation Consequences will focus on conducting targeted crime suppression operations in the High Desert and the Sheriff’s jurisdiction surrounding the city of San Bernardino. There are currently 6,721 parolees at large in California and 564 parolees at large in San Bernardino County. The operation will include personnel from the Sheriff’s Gangs/Narcotics Division, Specialized Enforcement Division, and Patrol Stations, as well as California Highway Patrol, San Bernardino County Probation, and Department of Homeland Security Investigations. Operation Consequences will take place over the next several months to curb violent crime, disrupt and dismantle targeted criminal street gangs, and locate and arrest criminals who are illegally possessing, manufacturing, and trafficking firearms.

Refer: Public Affairs Division

Station: Gangs/Narcotics Division

Phone No. (909) 387-3700

Case No. DR# 662300155
DR# 662300162
DR# 662300163
DR# 662300164
DR# 662300165
DR# 662300166
DR# 662300168
DR# 012300931
DR# 662300167
DR# 662300170
DR# 662300172
DR# 662300176
DR# 662300177
DR# 662300179
DR# 642300062
DR# 642300063
DR# 642300065
DR# 132300829
DR# 172304455
DR# 172304802

SHANNON D. DICUS, Sheriff-Coroner
San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department”

Crime Suppression Operation Nets Firearms and Narcotics in San Bernardino County was last modified: May 22nd, 2023 by admin
Categories: San Bernardino

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