Tacoma police seize guns, large quantities of drugs while responding to shots fired call

TACOMA, Wash. — Tacoma police seized two guns, thousands in cash, and large quantities of several different drugs after responding to reports of shots fired at a residence early Monday.

According to the Tacoma Police Department, at 3:45 a.m., officers were called to the 3600 block of South 11th Street for multiple reports of shots fired at a residence.

When officers arrived, they found the front door to the home open, along with spent shell casings in the doorway. Police said no one answered their announcements.

During a sweep of the home, officers found seven people who were uninjured. Officers also saw drug paraphernalia in the residence.

Officers were granted a search warrant and seized two guns, over $16,000 in cash, and the following:

  • 512 grams of fentanyl
  • Five pounds of marijuana
  • 691 grams of methamphetamine
  • 549.9 grams of MDMA
  • 900 LSD tabs
  • 381 grams of marijuana honey oil
  • 1,134 grams of psilocybin mushrooms
  • 90 psilocybin mushroom bars
  • 522 marijuana vape pens
  • 225 grams of Adderall
  • 139 grams of Xanax bars
  • 300 Ritalin pills
  • 1,543 grams of miscellaneous, unidentified drugs
  • Two money counters
  • Five digital drug scales

The investigation is ongoing.