ORANGE COUNTY (KABC) -- A major drug bust has pulled 184 pounds of narcotics off Southern California streets.
Methamphetamine, fentanyl and heroin were among the drugs found in multiple locations.
The haul is valued at more than $1 million.
Two men are now in custody, but the four-month investigation is unfinished.
"We do know that it's a very elaborate organization that we're investigating," Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes said. "That's why we're not releasing the information on those who we have in custody, because there's still some follow-up investigation and potential for more arrests and more seizures to come."
Most of the drugs were believed to have been heading to multiple locations across Southern California, but some were also targeted for distribution in Northern California.
184 pounds of narcotics seized from Southern California streets
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