Long Beach search warrants

Narcotics Investigation Leads to Seizure of Cocaine, Meth, and $25,000

narcotics-seizure-06252015 Thursday, June 25th, 2015, the Long Beach Police Department Drug Investigations Section served a search warrant on a residence resulting in the seizure of several pounds of illegal narcotics and cash believed to be related to a large scale drug trafficking ring.

Arrest Made in Connection With a Number of Recent Robberies

arrest Long Beach Police arrested a total of five suspects in connection with one attempt robbery and three robberies, which occurred in the East and West Divisions. Robbery detectives recognized an increase of incidents over the past few weeks and developed a strategy with the East Patrol, West Patrol, and the Gang and Violent Crimes Divisions.

Traffic Stop Leads to Multiple Arrests and Recovery of Stolen Property, Additional Victims Sought

crime-scene-tape-lg On Wednesday, November 6, 2013, Long Beach Police Burglary detectives served search warrants at several Long Beach residences, and recovered stolen property taken in at least one residential burglary, and detectives believe that we have property from other victims that needs to be identified.

Undercover Operation Leads to Several Arrests and Seizure of Drugs, Money, and Guns

Crime Jail The Long Beach Police Department is pleased to announce that an undercover narcotics investigation, which included serving search warrants at several locations, resulted in the confiscation of 12 pounds of drugs, $118,000 in cash and 9 firearms.

Multi-Agency Investigation Leads to Continued Crackdown on Long Beach Street Gang

gang suspects arrested Thursday, December 6, 2012, the Long Beach Police Department, with the assistance of the United States Secret Service, the United States Postal Inspector’s Office, and the Internal Revenue Service, served search warrants at 32 locations across the Southland, as part of a long and intensive investigation that originally began in November of 2009.

Law Enforcement Task Force Arrest Owner of Marijuana Collective; Property Seized

police arrest bank robbers The Long Beach Police Department, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Los Angeles Interagency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force (LA IMPACT), and the State of California Franchise Tax Board, have made an arrest of an individual after a large scale 1 ½ year financial investigation relating to an illegal marijuana dispensary, which also resulted in the seizure of currency, property, narcotics, vehicles, watercraft and firearms.

Dedicated Detectives Deal Heavy Blow to Long Beach Street Gang; 16 Arrested

16 gang members arrested in Long Beach To view photos of the arrested gang members visit the LBPD Facebook page. (Link at the end of this article.) The Long Beach Police Department is pleased to announce the arrest of numerous members of a notorious criminal street gang, believed to be responsible for three separate shooting series’ totaling 13 shootings and at least one murder, after several months of investigation.

Detectives Serve Warrants Related to Attempt Murder Investigation, Multiple Suspects In Custody

police arrest bank robbers On Thursday, November 10, 2011, the Long Beach Police Department served search warrants in two cities that resulted in the arrest of six adults and the confiscation of a variety of evidence. On October 2, 2011, at approximately 1:08 a.m., Long Beach officers responded to a restaurant in the 100 block of Marina Drive regarding an adult male and adult female who were victims of a shooting.

Yearlong Pursuit of Leads Culminates With Detectives Arresting Multiple Suspects Connected to Homicide

gang suspects arrested The Long Beach Police Department is pleased to announce that several arrests have been made in the murder investigation of Frank Robles of Lake Elsinore. On Thursday, October 6, 2011, Homicide detectives, with the assistance of the Gang and Violent Crimes Division detectives, Directed Enforcement officers, and L.B.P.D.

LBPD Teams With Other Agencies To Take Down Asian Gang Robbery Ring

police arrest bank robbers The Long Beach Police Department in partnership with Orange County law enforcement agencies and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, served numerous early morning search warrants and conducted several probation and parole searches Wednesday, netting guns, computers, money and narcotics.

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