Police arrest 2 alleged drug traffickers and shut down drug distribution 'pipeline'

Police have arrested two alleged drug traffickers in the Bronx, shutting down what they call a drug distribution pipeline that supplied Long Island. The DEA

The drug network allegedly supplied Long Island with

The drug network allegedly supplied Long Island with heroin, cocaine and other drugs. (Credit: News 12 Long Island )

THE BRONX - Police have arrested two alleged drug traffickers in the Bronx, shutting down what they call a drug distribution pipeline that supplied Long Island.

The DEA says Guillermo Esteban Margarin and Edualin Tapia supplied heroin, cocaine and other drugs to Long Island and parts of New England.

During their arrests Friday, police say they seized 24 kilograms of heroin, worth about $11 million.

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