$1.2 million in cash, drugs and firearms seized after Crime Stoppers tip
The San Diego Police Department issued a search warrant at a home a few yards from Monroe Clark Middle School.
SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Police Department seized $1.2 million in cash, a handgun, ammunition and more than three pounds of cannabis products from a City Heights home.
An anonymous Crime Stoppers tip-off led investigators from the SDPD Narcotics Unit and Mid-City Division officers to the 3100 block of 44th Street, just yards from Monroe Clark Middle School.
Detectives monitored the property, which led to a court-issued search warrant. After serving that warrant, authorities reported in a news release that they found a loaded 9mm handgun, ammunition, more than $1.2 million in cash and pounds of herbal products. cannabis.
Joshua Santivanez, 31, was arrested for narcotics and weapons offenses, according to the San Diego Police Department.
$1.2 million, drugs and gun seized after Crime Stoppers tip
It is illegal to sell marijuana within 600 feet of a school campus.
Crime Stoppers is a way for community members to anonymously submit tips or leads to law enforcement. If you have information about a crime problem and wish to remain anonymous, authorities ask that you please call or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-888-580-TIPS (8477).