Federal and local authorities conducted a drug raid in four cities
across Contra Costa County Tuesday morning, an FBI spokesman said.
The FBI served six search warrants at homes in Oakley, Antioch,
Pittsburg and Concord Tuesday morning around 6 a.m., FBI spokesman Peter Lee
A SWAT team assisted in the raid and authorities seized
methamphetamine and cocaine, he said.
He said four people were arrested in connection to the drug raid
without incident. Lee did not know if money or weapons were recovered in the raid.
One of the suspects, 47-year-old Jorge Herrera, was arrested in
Pittsburg, Lee said.
Authorities are not releasing the names of the three other
Lee said the FBI agents who worked on the raid were on furlough
and will not be compensated until Congress passes legislation ending the
federal government shutdown.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Contra Costa County
Sheriff's Office and Antioch police assisted the FBI in the raid.