Seattle police nab 19 people for drug, warrant violations
Seattle police and US Marshalls arrested 19 people in downtown Seattle on Monday for warrants and narcotics violations.
Officers recovered 17 grams of heroin, 12.5 grams of methamphetamine, and 41 oxycodone pills. They also found a fixed blade knife and a taser.
Nine of the 19 people will be charged with new crimes relating to narcotics violations, weapons violations, and one with assault on an officer, according to police.
“It’s great collaborating with a hard-working and professional workforce like the Seattle Police Department,” said Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Jacob Green.