2 arrested after police confiscate drugs, weapons and cash in raid in Umbridge

Umbridge, Pennsylvania (KDKA) – Two people have been arrested after police seized large quantities of drugs, several weapons and more than $ 23,000 in cash during a raid on a house in Beaver County.

Umbridge police said they were summoned on Friday for an “unwanted item in the apartment” that turned out to have warrants. While the officers were there, police said there were several guns in sight.


(Photo: Umbridge District Police Department / Facebook)

Police returned with a search warrant and said they seized more than two kilograms of fentanyl, cocaine, heroin and marijuana along with nearly $ 23,000 in cash. Officers also found several guns, including an AR-15, an AK-47 and a mini-machine gun, police said.

A man and a woman were arrested and taken to Beaver County Jail.

“I would like to thank all the Umbridge police officers who participated in this drug ban with our community. It’s a big job to say nothing, “said Chief John DeLuca said in a statement on Facebook.

Police said their new recruit, K-9 Riker, helped find drugs and weapons.


(Photo: Umbridge District Police Department / Facebook)

“I would also like the Umbridge community to watch the great work of the police in their community. These drugs and weapons could have entered our community if not for the quick and professional response of the Umbridge police, ”DeLuca said. .

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