Authorities are searching for a man who is suspected to be one of the biggest meth suppliers in Sioux Falls.
The Sioux Falls Area Joint Fugitive Task Force is looking for 32-year-old Larry Zamora Junior after he ran from authorities late last week when investigators raided his apartment.
Court documents that were filed with the search warrant for Zamora’s apartment reveal that one informant told police that Zamora received a shipment of two kilograms of meth at his basement apartment in January.
The apartment sits underneath the Class Auto Sales dealership at the corner of 10th Street and South Franklin Avenue. Two men were arrested during the raid last Thursday but Zamora got away.
Sgt. Jason Gearman with the Joint Fugitive Task Force says Zamora should be considered armed and dangerous.
Zamora is listed as one of Minnehaha County’s Most Wanted. If you have any information on his whereabouts you should call police.