PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia district attorney announced Thursday a major drug bust in Kensington.READ MORE: 'Can't Restart On A Dime': Opening Night Won't Happen Overnight For Philadelphia Theatre Company As Restrictions To Be Lifted
Larry Krasner said 57 suspects were arrested for allegedly selling fentanyl, heroin, cocaine and other drugs that brought in nearly $5 million in annual revenue.READ MORE: Federal Agents Descend On Hindu Temple In Robbinsville After Lawsuit Alleges Human Trafficking, Forced Labor
Among those arrested were individuals accused of controlling the drug enterprise known as the Alameda Drug Trafficking Organization.
Alleged street dealers were also arrested.Maple Shade Volunteer Fire Department Unexpectedly Shut Down
The investigation focused on the intersection of Kip and Cambria Streets, an area known as one of the most dangerous parts of the city.