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On September 13, 2012, at approximately 7:10 a.m., the newly formed Livermore Police Department Special Operations Unit (SOU) utilized the East County Tactical Team (SWAT) to serve a narcotics related search warrant at 1068 Coronado Way in the City of Livermore. As a result of the search warrant, the LPD SOU took 6 persons into custody on various charges ranging from narcotics offenses to resisting arrest. Two of the arrestee’s are suspected Norteno gang members. Additionally, two firearms were recovered from the residence.
This incident is part of an ongoing investigation and for that reason we are unable to provide any further information; however, we wish the citizens of Livermore to know that the Special Operations Unit has been in existence for a little over a month and is actively involved in pursuing both narcotics and gang related complaints. If you wish to provide information concerning these types of criminal activity, please leave a message with the LPD Narcotics Tip line at 925-371-4780. Please provide as much information as possible to include: license plate numbers / vehicle description, residence addresses / descriptions, suspect information, and a call back number. Callers may remain anonymous, but by doing so, it should be understood that solving problems becomes more difficult. Please do not use this number to report crimes in progress, emergencies, or when you require a patrol officer response.
The Livermore Police Department would like citizens to remain vigilant of their surroundings. We ask that you contact the police department if you see suspicious persons or activities in your neighborhood (non-emergency 925-371-4987 / Emergency 911).