Six arrested; stolen property, drugs seized by Orlando police

Six people were arrested and a collection of stolen property, drugs, weapons, and cash was seized by police at a home in Orlando this week.

Orlando Police Department West Property Crimes Detectives and the Parramore Bike Unit executed a search warrant on Thursday, July 28, at a residence along Westmoreland Drive in Orlando.

In total, six individuals were arrested during the operation and dozens of items were seized.

Those items included bicycles, construction equipment, clothing, firearms and over 400 grams of MDMA, as well as 85 grams of other drugs.

Bicycles gun sunglasses seized in raid on Westmoreland Drive property on July 28

Among the stolen items were Prada, Gucci, and Versace sunglasses valued at over $4,000, according to police.

In addition to stolen property and drugs, officers recovered thousands of dollars in cash and construction equipment.

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