MODESTO (CBS13) — Modesto police said they decided to do some spring cleaning this week – the type of cleaning that involves breaking up a large illegal marijuana and gun sales operation.

Investigators said they recently developed some information about an alleged drug and firearms sales operation in Modesto.

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On Thursday, officers served a search warrant at several undisclosed locations in connection to the operation.

The raids led to officers confiscating a total of about 80 guns. More than 120 pounds of processed marijuana that was packed and ready to be sold was also seized, along with more than 1,700 pot plants.

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Officers also seized more than $140,000 in cash and around $150,000 in assets as part of the raids.

Modesto police say two people have been arrested: 23-year-old Luis Fernando Valencia and 18-year-old Luis Alfonso Valencia, both Modesto residents. The pair are facing felony drug and gun charges.

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Two other people have also been cited for drug sales and cultivation charges, police say.