The Alpharetta Police Department seized 95 pounds of crystal methamphetamine during a recent drug sting with the Drug Enforcement Agency's Atlanta division. Authorities said the drugs had a street value of $4 million. 
Photo: Photo Credit: The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety
Photo: Photo Credit: The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety

$4M in crystal meth seized during drug bust in Alpharetta

A recent drug bust in Alpharetta uncovered $4 million in crystal methamphetamine and a suspect wanted by federal immigration agencies. 

Alpharetta police announced Friday that the arrest of Moises Isidro-Jaimes, 34, came after a joint operation between their department’s special units and the Drug Enforcement Agency's Atlanta division. Recent search warrants served to an apartment in Alpharetta resulted in authorities finding Jaimes and 95 pounds of crystal methamphetamine, according to police. 

Prior to his arrest, federal immigration officials sought Jaimes, whom they previously deported. Jaimes also had active federal warrants at the time of his arrest, authorities said. 

Click below to view more pictures of the arrest on the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety's Facebook page:

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