Shoreline detectives and K9s score major drug bust

Saturday, August 27, 2022

Kudos to the Shoreline Special Emphasis Team (SET) and Criminal Investigations Division (CID) Detectives for the arrest of one suspect and for taking a large amount of illegal narcotics off the street.

On August 24, 2022 Shoreline SET and CID Detectives executed search warrants in South Everett with the assistance of Precinct 4 SET Detectives, Shoreline K9 Deputy Dallon, his partner Kota, K9 Deputy Keller, his partner Fury and K9 Deputy Planalp and his partner Rex

This has been an ongoing investigation for several months that originated in the City of Shoreline. The narcotics distributed from this location made its way from the City of Everett to the City of Shoreline and surrounding areas.

The search warrant yielded the following:
  • 1 person arrested and booked into KCJ for felony charges
  • 4 cars seized
  • Approx. $109,000 cash seized
  • Cocaine – 1085 grams
  • Heroin – 390 grams
  • Meth – approx. 3 pounds
  • “M 30” fentanyl pills – Approx. 45,000 pills

"A special thank you from Shoreline Police to all the Precinct 4’s SET detective who assisted in this investigation, the teamwork and willingness to assist Shoreline’s Investigation was nothing short of exemplary."


Anonymous,  August 27, 2022 at 6:49 AM  

Thank you for your hard work! The amount of lives saved getting those drugs off the streets. I appreciate all you do and have done.

Anonymous,  August 27, 2022 at 8:55 AM  

Our streets have become overwhelming full of drugs and the people who use and sell them. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS all officers and anyone who works to make life safe. I applaud shoreline PD immensely for this bust! Amazing work. Please stay safe!


Anonymous,  August 27, 2022 at 6:16 PM  

Thank you law enforcement and K-9 partners. Need more arrests to get these murderers off the streets.

Anonymous,  August 28, 2022 at 6:45 AM  

All great comments here and supporting the blue! What this state really needs is tougher laws and to actually enforce them statewide to ALL illegal drug users. Homeless or not... Take down the users as well as the dealing and distributors. make it not profitable and stop the flow of drugs coming across our borders!

Anonymous,  August 29, 2022 at 5:00 AM  

This is to the person who wrote the previous comment how do you propose to make it not profitable?? The only way at least in my mind to do that is to legalize all drugs that would make the price drop thereby reducing the profit . How would you do it ( if thats your goal to take the profitability out of selling narcotics)?

Anonymous,  August 29, 2022 at 6:57 PM  

Awesome work done by these officers and their K-9 partners! Thank you for all your hard work!

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