This Last Year, DTF Seized Over 60 pounds of Meth and Heroin, According to Stats They Just Released
The Humboldt County Drug Task Force (HCDTF) had a successful year investigating illegal narcotics activities, seizing almost two times more heroin in 2018 than in the previous six years combined.
Methamphetamine and heroin are dangerous drugs that continue to plague our county. The HCDTF’s main focus is to investigate methamphetamine and heroin interdiction, sales and possession, giving special attention to investigating drug trafficking within Humboldt County. During these investigations, HCDTF agents often locate and confiscate several other items, including other drugs and illegal firearms. The HCDTF and the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office are committed to creating safer and healthier communities by investigating and eliminating the flow of illegal narcotics into Humboldt County.
In 2018, HCDTF:
- Served 135 search warrants
- Arrested 106 suspects
- Seized 45 firearms
- Seized the following:
Methamphetamine 28.95 Pounds Heroin 34.44 Pounds Cocaine 3.10 Pounds MDMA 55 Grams Ketamine 89 Grams Marijuana 333 Pounds Concentrated Cannabis 5.65 Pounds Butane Hash Oil 474 Grams
The HCDTF is comprised of Special Agents from the Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office, the Arcata Police Department, the Fortuna Police Department, the Eureka Police Department, the California Highway Patrol, the Bureau of Land Management and the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office.
The HCDTF welcomes citizen tips to aid in our investigations. If you have information for HCDTF agents, please contact (707) 444-8095.