Los Angeles, City of Angel dust.
Two people were arrested and more than 130 gallons of PCP with a would-be street value of about $100 million was seized in Los Angeles by authorities on Feb. 15.
Weapons, cash, and chemicals to make a staggering 500 additional gallons were also recovered, according to a statement from Lt. Scott Fairfield of the Los Angeles Interagency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force, known as L.A. IMPACT.
A month-long investigation based on intel from the L.A. Drug Enforcement Administration reportedly led to a local gang member who was involved in PCP (phencyclidine) manufacturing.
The investigation revealed national PCP distribution via commercial package delivery companies, and suspicious packages addressed to locations in Texas were intercepted. "Investigators detected a chemical odor emitting from these boxes, and tests later confirmed that each box contained approximately three gallons of PCP," Fairfield said.