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Police Identify Suspects In Northeast Narcotics Bust

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Frank Hidalgo, Henry Diaz, Ramon Pedraza and Felix Hidalgo were taken into custody. (Philadelphia Police Department) Frank Hidalgo, Henry Diaz, Ramon Pedraza and Felix Hidalgo were taken into custody. (Philadelphia Police Department)
PHILADELPHIA -

Philadelphia Police have released the names of the four suspects in connection to a drug bust at a home investigators say was a stash house for narcotics.

On Tuesday night, police searched a home on the 2900 block of McKinley Street, where investigators say they found three brick shaped kilos of heroin, numerous sized bags with various amounts of bulk heroin, bags of cocaine and a bag of 54 grams of black tar heroin.

The search of a second home on the 1300 block of Elbridge Street less than an hour later led police to find more than $15,000 in cash and a loaded gun.

Police day 37-year-old Felix Fernandez, 48-year-old Henry Diaz, 26-year-old Ramon Pedraza and 36-year-old Frank Hidalgo were taken into custody in connection to the bust.

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