DEA raids home in Daybreak community for suspected counterfeit pills
UPDATE: According to police, 4 arrests have been made in Utah and 1 in another state after the DEA investigation in South Jordan Friday morning.
At this time, police are looking for other suspects but can confirm from Friday's bust that firearms, cash, and drugs were confiscated during the bust.
South Jordan PD, West Jordan PD, and Homeland Security are all assisting the DEA as part of an ongoing one-year investigation.
(KUTV)- The DEA is investigating a drug trafficking organization in the Daybreak community in South Jordan.
According to neighbors, dozens of officers and DEA agents stormed a house at 8 a.m. Friday near 10903 Indigo Sky Way, South Jordan.
The DEA is investigating a drug trafficking organization at the house for suspected illicit counterfeit prescription pills, an agent said.
They said agents are taking the matter very seriously, as these counterfeit pills can be deadly and the DEA does not want these pills on the streets.
4 ARRESTS - 3 IN UTAH, ONE IN ANOTHER STATE
LOOKING AT OTHER INVIDIDUALS
CASH AND DRUGS TAKEN AS WELL AS FIREARMS
PART OF 3 SEARCH WARRANTS INCLUDING
SOUTH JORDAN PD, WEST JORDAN PD, HOMELAND SECURITY ALL ASSISTED DEA
THIS IS BEING CONDUCTED IN OTHER STATES AS WELL
THIS IS PART OF A ONE YEAR INVESTIGATION