Major King County drug bust nets $10 million worth of meth, fentanyl, heroin

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The Seattle Times

BURIEN, Wash. — Quinn, a 2-year-old golden Labrador retriever, worked his first drug bust Wednesday, helping a team of veteran Burien police and King County sheriff’s detectives score an estimated $2.5 million worth of crystal meth, fentanyl and black-tar heroin before it could be cut up and dispatched across Western Washington. The former Purina Puppy Chow model, certified as a narcotics-sniffing police dog just six weeks ago, did “exceptionally well” on his virgin foray into the dark, money-driven World of international drug smuggling, according to his K-9 handler. Quinn came in at the tail …

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