Drugs found stored with waffles, ice cream seized at Seattle home

(Seattle Police Department)

SEATTLE — Investigators with the Seattle Police Department seized methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, a handgun and large amounts of cash from a home Saturday in West Seattle.

About 5:30 p.m., Seattle officers with the assistance of Drug Enforcement Administration served a warrant at a 52-year-old man’s apartment in the 900 block of southwest Holden Street, investigators said.

Investigators said they found 1,455 grams of meth, 53 grams of cocaine, 41 grams of oxycodone pills and 229 grams of black tar heroin in the man’s freezer, which was full of waffles and ice cream.

A 9-millimeter hand gun and $39,000 in cash was also in the home, police said.

Police said before officers left the scene, they also gave water to the cat inside.

The man was arrested for domestic violence the day before and is also on federal probation and is being held at the King County Jail, investigators said.

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