By Phil Guie
A year of hard work and trust between police, the Brooklyn District Attorney's office and residents paid off last week, as large quantities of cash, drugs and weapons were seized from drug-dealing gangs in Crown Heights.
During the final phase of "Operation Crown Strike," detective investigators from Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes' office executed 10 search warrants and made 11 arrests in blocks surrounding the Brooklyn Children's Museum, located at Saint Marks and Brooklyn Aves.
Along with 600 grams of cocaine, six pounds of marijuana, three guns with ammunition and over $17,000 in cash, detectives impounded drug cutting agents, scales, hundreds of bags for packaging, as well as binoculars and radios.
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