Seattle Police recovered 44 grams of crack cocaine following the arrest of a suspected drug dealer Thursday evening.
Police said they found the crack stashed away inside a Ford Bronco.
The police report said that members of the West Precinct Anti-Crime Team were able to call in an order to the 42-year-old dealer, who offered to meet at a convenience store in the 1600 block of SW Holden Street around 10 PM.
Police saw the suspect circle the block before pulling him over and taking him into custody.
Officers got a warrant for the car and found the drugs inside the vehicle’s console.
In total, police found 44 grams of crack and another 3 grams of powder cocaine during the search.
Police booked the man into the King County Jail for a narcotics violation.More ›