Suspects Break into Alleged Drug House Already Raided by Seal Beach Police

SEAL BEACH (CNS) – Seal Beach police were searching  today for two males believed to have broken into an alleged drug house two days after a police raid.  

The police were alerted to a possible burglary in progress at 9:11 a.m. Saturday in the 1700 block of Crestview Avenue, according to Seal Beach police Lt. Nick Nicholas.  

“The reporting party stated they had heard glass breaking and the sound of a woman screaming,” Nicholas said.  

Two days prior, detectives served a search warrant on that residence, confirmed it was a drug house and arrested one person for suspicion of possessing narcotics for sale, he said.  

That residence was boarded-up and secured prior to the break-in and the management company confirmed no one had permission to be inside, Nicholas said.  

Another search warrant was obtained and the West County SWAT team searched the house but found no one, he said. The two males were believed to have fled before police arrived.

Two females were detained at the scene.

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