Drugs and guns seized during a drug bust at a South Salem home.

Police arrested two people and seized almost 30 pounds of meth, 26 guns and 15 pounds of cocaine during a drug bust at a South Salem home Tuesday.

Salem Police detectives said the arrest came after a monthslong investigation into narcotics trafficking and the illegal manufacturing of firearms.

About 55,000 fentanyl pills, a 3D printer, $63,274 in cash and 2.4 pounds of heroin were also found at the residence on the 2700 block of High Street SE, near McKinley Elementary School.

Salem Police partnered with the Safe Streets Task Force, a collaboration between the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office District of Oregon to target narcotics trafficking and violent crime in Salem.





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