ROCKLIN (CBS13) – Multiple people were arrested at a Rocklin residence for allegedly selling a wide array of illegal drugs and for the possession of stolen vehicles, police said Thursday.

Last month, officers served a search warrant upon investigating the residence and found a large quantity of fentanyl, methamphetamine, heroin, and mushrooms, according to the Rocklin Police Department.

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Throughout the investigation, Rocklin police had received many complaints from citizens of narcotics activity but were only able to make the arrests after obtaining a search warrant. Two people were taken into custody.

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Additionally, Code Enforcement red-tagged the residence, displacing the eight people that lived there, after reporting that the living conditions were uninhabitable. Officers connected the displaced residents to county resources through HHS.

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