CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. (WIVB) - Cheektowaga Police showed off their haul Friday from a massive drug bust on Midland Drive.
This is biggest cash seizure in Cheektowaga Police history and federal agents say, it's the second largest they've had in the past decade.
$330,000 cash, along with 240 pounds of marijuana was seized from storage units in Cheektowaga. Four guns were also picked up.
Police say, 34-year-old Antoine Parker was a major drug dealer.
Authorities say the two-week investigation by the Cheektowaga Narcotics Unit and federal agents brought them to three different locations, Parker's home, his car and two rented storage units.
The pot alone has a street value of $430,000.
Cheektowaga Police Department Captain James Speyer said, "It's got ripple effects. They are investigating this further to see if there will be other charges pending with other individuals. Somebody is out a lot of marijuana and money."
Antoine Parker is in federal custody and faces marijuana and weapons charges, he'll be in federal court on Monday.
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