Over 44 pounds of narcotics, thousands in cash seized by SFPD


(KRON)– On Wednesday, San Francisco narcotics police officers apprehended 4 topics marketing “deadly drugs that were on their way to be sold in the Tenderloin,” taking over 8 pounds of fentanyl, and greater than 32 pounds of methamphetamine, a ghost weapon, and a number of thousand bucks, SFPD composed in a declaration. 

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After identifying and acquiring search warrants to the people’ homes, SFPD apprehended:

  • -Cristofer Raudales-Canaca, also known as “Jared Antonio Canaca-Arias,” 19-year-old man.
  • -Misael Alfonso Raudales Canaca, 26-year-old man
  • -Enis Angelica Cruz-Arteage also known as “Angelica,” 50-year-old woman
  • -Angelica Michell Velasquez-Cruz, also known as “Dafne”, 26-year-old woman.
  • (*44*)

    The 4 grownups were scheduled on various medicine associated fees at Alameda County Jail. 

    SFPD narcotics police officers claimed they identified the people via various prohibited narcotics deals, and commonly identified the customers as “street level dealers who frequent the Tenderloin.” SFPD credit histories aid from participants of the Tenderloin Taskforce, Fugitive Recovery Enforcement Team, DEA San Francisco Office, San Francisco Sheriff’s Office and the National Guard.

    Officers supposedly invested months exploring this situation. In the SFPD’s news release, Chief Bill Scott applauds his police officers, mentioning, “Their work led to a large amount of narcotics being taken off the streets and the arrest of four high-level drug dealers,” claimed Chief Scott, “Our officers will continue to work diligently on these cases and the SFPD is committed to sustaining the effort to dismantle the drug markets in San Francisco.”


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