Atlanta police looking for suspect Jeffrey Freeman in top drug bust in department's history

Atlanta police looking for suspect Jeffrey Freeman in top drug bust in department's history
Jeffrey Freeman. Wanted for Trafficking Cocaine, Trafficking Heroin, Possession of Marijuana with intent to Distribute and Forgery (Credit: Atlanta Police Department)

ATLANTA - Atlanta Police Department said they made one of the biggest drug busts in Department's history and investigators know exactly who is trafficking it.

According to the incident report, police seized 65.663 kilograms of cocaine, 2.138 kilograms of black tar heroin, 1,610 grams of marijuana and $127,700 in cash when they searched the Centennial Park apartment of 43-year-old Jeffrey Freeman on Sept. 21. The drugs had a street value of over $1.7 million.

On Oct. 4, investigators said they found another apartment belonging to the suspect.

A search at that property resulted in the recovery of $89,000 in cash, two money counting machines and ‘other pieces of evidence’, according to police.

Freeman is wanted for trafficking both cocaine and heroine, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and forgery.

Investigators are asking for the public's help with any tips that could lead to Freeman's arrest.