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Inglewood police seize 35 pounds of meth valued at $1.7 million

Inglewood police seized 35 pounds of crystal methamphetamine with an estimated value of $1.7 million, authorities said Thursday night.

Two men were arrested Thursday on suspicion of narcotics trafficking in connection with the seizure, said Lt. Neal Cochran of the Inglewood Police Department.

The names of the men were not released. Crystal meth is a smokeable form of the powerful drug.

Cochran declined to provide additional details, citing an ongoing investigation.


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