Officers arrested a man Thursday on suspicion of selling narcotics from a business in Santa Cruz.Just before 12:45 p.m., officers from the Santa Cruz Police Department — including the downtown unit, street crimes unit and the Santa Cruz County Anti-Crime Task Force — served a drug related search warrant at a business in the 2400 block of Mission Street.
Police had been tipped off that 45-year-old Santa Cruz resident Santiago Sandoval had been using the business space to sell narcotics, according to officers.During the search, both an ounce of packaged heroin and a quarter-ounce of packaged cocaine were found inside the business, according to police.Officers also found Sandoval in possession of $657.
Police estimated the drugs to have a street value of $3,000 Sandoval was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail and is being held on two charges of selling narcotics.Anyone with additional information about the case is encouraged to call the Santa Cruz Police Department investigations unit at (831) 420-5820.
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