Almost $100K, 95 kilos of meth present in condo: warrant


BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Authorities discovered practically $100,000 in money, roughly 95 kilos of methamphetamine and about 2.2 kilos of cocaine in an condo following a fireplace final week, in accordance with a court docket submitting.

The discovery was made June 16 as firefighters have been extinguishing a blaze in a second-story condo within the 2400 block of McCray Street, in accordance with a warrant filed in Superior Court.

Firefighters checked the condo beneath for security causes. Not discovering anybody house, they moved furnishings “in case the fire was not able to be contained and the structural integrity of the building would case firemen above to fall through the ceiling,” the submitting says.

A firefighter discovered a considerable amount of money after shifting a dresser, in accordance with the warrant, and when he opened a duffel bag to put the cash inside he discovered it contained suspected medication.

The warrant says sheriff’s deputies have been dispatched and located the next: suspected cocaine, $11,102 in money and two digital scales on prime of a mattress; suspected meth in a black suitcase in the lounge; $44,950 in money inside a headphones field within the bed room closet; and $43,500 in money in a black Dior field within the bed room closet.

A Shafter police officer was additionally concerned within the search.

Charges weren’t listed in opposition to the individual named on the condo’s lease as of Wednesday afternoon.

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