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PORTLAND Search warrants showed a raid on a Southeast Portland home last week resulted in the arrest of an accused methamphetamine and heroin dealer.

The team of FBI agents dressed in combat gear accompanied by an armored vehicle executed a search warrant at a home on Southeast 115th Avenue and Southeast Harold Street onApril 26.

Detectives from the Portland gang task force arrested 35-year-old Ulcis Acevedo-Yanez. He was accused of possessing methamphetamine and heroin with the intent to sell.

Agents had been keeping surveillance on Acevedo-Yanez since September 2012, after reports of drug dealing. Agents raided the SE Portland home, along with a home at SW 12th Street in Troutdale and a home on SE Hinckley in Happy Valley.

In all, police said they found 776 grams of heroin and 1,226 grams of meth. Acevedo-Yanez said he dealt in large amounts, court documents showed. The estimated street value of the drugs was $76,788, police said.

Agents said they also seized several firearms, including pistols, shotguns and assault rifles.

Acevedo-Yanez was also listed as an illegal immigrant, with prior convictions for marijuana and malicious mischief in Washington and subsequent deportations.

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