Bridgeport narcotics officers raided a home at 124 Goddard Avenue on Wednesday and said they seized a large amount of heroin and cocaine.
On Wednesday morning, Detective William Reilly and Officer Orlando Rosado staked out the house, saw Loowany Zapata-Viscaino, 24, leave and followed him to a business on East Main Street, police said.
After about an hour, they saw a man walk up to Zapata-Viscaino and witnessed a drug transaction, police said.
Backup teams were called and police went into the business, where they found individually packaged bags of heroin and cocaine in the pocket of Zapata-Viscaino’s hooded sweatshirt, police said.
Police then returned to Zapata-Viscaino’s house, where they found Felix Guzman, 20. The toilet had just been flushed and police believe he had flushed evidence.
Police arrested his father, Hipolito Guzman, 40, he attempted to flee the apartment.
Police seized $1,686 in cash, 100 grams of heroin, 300 grams of cocaine, a hydraulic press used to compress cocaine, drug packaging materials, several cell phones and drug cutting agents, police said.
All three men were charged with possession of narcotics, possession with intent to sell and operating a drug factory.