On the heels of the FBI’s raid on a Florida home, a “Biggest Heist” that the FBI claims was the largest ever is now going to be one of the greatest ever, according to an insider.
The insider told Vice News that the raid was the culmination of years of planning and that it was one of “the most successful” they had ever done.
It was also the culmination, the insider said, of years spent planning and preparing for the raid.
As part of the operation, agents arrested three men and a woman in connection with the “biggest” ever, which was the result of years planning and preparation.
The raid resulted in the arrest of the men and the woman, who are all facing drug trafficking charges.
As the raid began, the agents had to call off the investigation when they were unable to determine who was at the home.
After the raid, the three men were arrested, and agents seized more than $10 million worth of drugs.
It was a large amount of money, but this was a good amount of drugs, the source told Vice.
They would never have made that kind of money if it weren’t for their involvement in this operation.
The agents were arrested on drug trafficking and money laundering charges, and all three men have been charged with multiple felonies.
The three men are in custody at the Orange County Jail, where they are being held on $250,000 bail each.
The raid was a major victory for the FBI, as they had been working to make the biggest ever bust of the group, but as the raid took place, the FBI had already taken down the largest known criminal operation in U.S. history.
The FBI’s latest arrests bring the total number of arrests of this kind to 21.
A few months earlier, on January 28, 2018, agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) raided the home of the suspect in the drug bust.
The DEA agents arrested a 34-year-old man who was being sought for “possession with intent to distribute” heroin and cocaine, according the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) website.
The home, located in Jacksonville, Florida, is considered the largest heroin ring in the country, and the raid netted the arrest and seizure of nearly 1,000 kilograms of heroin, according DARE.
In total, the raid resulted, in a total of $7 million worth, according ABC News.
The drug bust was the first bust in which the DEA had used the Joint Drug Task Force to seize over $7 billion worth of heroin in the United States.
According to DARE, the drugs seized included more than 6,000 pounds of cocaine and about 1,100 kilograms of marijuana, the largest seizure in the U., and a total haul of over $15 million worth.
The raids were also a huge success for the Drug War Task Force, as a significant amount of proceeds were made.
The DARE website notes that more than 40 percent of the proceeds made from the raids were donated to local charities.
The bust was also a big success for President Donald Trump, as he said during a press conference after the raid that the agents are “a great example of how we can win wars, win the war on drugs and keep Americans safe.”