Parking complaint leads to drug bust 

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Complaints from residents and merchants in the Outer Mission district about double parking on their street reportedly led to a meth bust Sunday.

About 7:30 p.m., officers responding to the complaints in the 5200 block of Mission Street spotted an occupied vehicle blocking two driveways. A passenger in the car was on probation, allowing for a police search that allegedly uncovered methamphetamine.

Two occupants were then brought to Ingleside Station, along with their car, which was subjected to a more thorough search. Under the floorboard area, police said, more meth baggies were found. The suspects were also allegedly in possession of a “large amount” of cash.

The suspects, whose identities were not immediately available, were booked into jail on narcotics charges.

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