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News Release
October 25, 2002

DEA And Boston Police Seize More Than 200 Thousand Dollars Worth Of Predatory Drugs

photo-GHBOCT 25--On October 24, 2002 members of the Boston Police Citywide Drug Control Unit and members of the DEA Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement Team (CLET) executed a state search warrant and secured a suspected conversion laboratory located in an apartment building in a neighborhood of Boston.

Inside the apartment, officers and agents found approximately 456 bottles of Ketamine, 59 containers of Methamphetamine, also known as "ice" on the street, 694 hits of ecstasy and 69 Amphetamine tablets, several thousand dollars worth of marijuana, and 2 liters of GBL (AKA Liquid "G"), and a large amount of cash. The street value of the above listed drugs is over $200,000. One person was arrested.



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