A Philadelphia drug dealer was arrested in Montgomery County after a raid of his car turned up 9 guns and 2,000 packets of crystal methamphetamine Thursday, authorities said.
Larry Lamar Hudson, 27, also known as “Gunna,” had a pound of crystal methamphetamine in his car alone, Attorney General Josh Shapiro said in a statement.
A search of his house on the 200 block of Sparks Street turned up more crystal methamphetamine valued at nearly $200,000, and nine guns -- including two long guns, one shot gun, and six handguns, Shapiro said.
Hudson is prohibited from possessing a firearm since he is a convicted felon.
Investigators also found a clear bag containing 431 packets of heroin, each one stamped “New High Score Ultimate Level,” and more than $56,000 in cash in his home, officials said.
"Violent drug dealers like this defendant terrorize our neighborhoods," Shapiro said.
"We must get these guns out of the hands of criminals and these poisons off our streets.
"We could not have shut down this drug operation without the diligent work of our agents and law enforcement partners who work on the frontlines to protect Pennsylvania communities.”
Hudson was charged in Montgomery County for possession with intent to deliver, felon not to possess firearms, and possession of paraphernalia, among other offenses.
The Office of Attorney General Bureau of Narcotics Investigations received assistance from the Philadelphia Police Department, Cheltenham Township Police Department, and agents from the Office of Attorney General’s Gun Violence Task Force.
The case will be prosecuted by the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office.
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