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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Officials said a drug ring that brought in nearly $8 million annually in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood was busted, resulting in 11 arrests. Authorities showed off the results of the bust on Thursday.

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said 160 officers served warrants on 13 homes and 15 vehicles on Thursday morning.

Authorities seized $1.7 million in heroin and fentanyl and and $98,000 worth of crack cocaine.

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“Our communities, in Philadelphia and throughout the Commonwealth, cannot sustain the public health crises of gun violence and opioids,” said Shapiro.

Those arrested include: Edwin Parrilla, 36; Sandra Sanchez Pacheco, 51; Jonathan Pagan Rojas, 35; Anthony Rojas, 32; Kelvin Rojas, 35; Rafael Soto, 49; Moreno Rodriquez, 26; Raymon Rodriguez-Robles, 32; Steven Joel Rodriguez Burgos, 25; Jose Dejesus Evangelista, 35; and Rolfi Rodriguez, 40.

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In addition to drugs, authorities also seized guns and $13,000 in cash.